• 100% Natural
  • No Chemicals or Enzymes
  • Protects Ground and Well Water
  • Increases Effluent Quality
  • Cleans Drain Lines
  • Reduces Odours
  • Reduces Septic Sludge and Slime Build-Up

BioRestore® Septic and Drain Liquid Treatment facilitates the biodegradation process of organic matter found in septic tanks and drain fields by means of bio-stimulation.

  • This increased biodegradation activity results in;
    1. Reduced septic sludge and slime build-up
    2. Protected ground water and well water
    3. Cleaner drain lines
    4. Reduced odours
    5. Reduced septic tank corrosion
    6. Reduced E Coli Colony Forming Units (CFU)
    7. Improved effluent quality 8.Easy to apply 9.Safe to use

How Your Septic System Works

Septic Tank

A septic system treats all the wastewater created from household use (including toilets, showers, sinks, dishwasher, and the washing machine,) right in your own yard and releases the treated effluent back into the groundwater.

A septic system is composed of a septic tank with one or two compartments and a soil filter called a leaching bed or drain field.

The purpose of the septic tank is to separate liquids from solids and to provide some breakdown of organic matter in the wastewater. A septic tank is a buried, watertight container made from concrete, polyethylene, fiberglass, steel or wood.

The size of the septic tank will depend upon the size of the house (number of bedrooms) and household water use, with minimum tank volumes ranging from 1,800 to 3,600 L depending on the local regulations.

As wastewater from the house enters the septic tank, its velocity slows allowing heavier solids to settle to the bottom and lighter materials to float to the surface. The accumulation of settled solids at the bottom of the tank is called “sludge” while the accumulation of lighter solids (fats, oils, and greases), which form a mass on the surface, is called “scum”.

Anaerobic bacteria, which are always present in wastewater, digest some of the organic solids in the tank. Clarified wastewater in the middle of the tank flows by displacement into the leaching bed for further treatment in the soil layer.

Leaching Bed / Drain Field

The partially treated wastewater from the septic tank flows into the leaching bed.

The leaching bed is typically a network of perforated plastic distribution pipes laid in gravel trenches over a layer of soil. The actual size, design and layout of the leaching bed is defined in regulation and is based upon the volume of sewage generated, the absorptive capacity of the underlying soils, and the depth to the high groundwater table or limiting/restrictive layer.

Wastewater can flow by gravity from the septic tank to the distribution lines, or where required, can be collected in a pump chamber and pumped to a leaching bed at a higher elevation.

The leaching bed is a soil filter which uses natural processes to treat the wastewater from the septic tank. Contaminants in the wastewater include solid and dissolved organic matter (carbon compounds), nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) and harmful bacteria and viruses.

A slime layer of bacteria, called a “biomat” layer, forms at the bottom and sidewalls of each distribution trench; and it is in this layer where much of the treatment occurs. Bacteria in the biomat layer and surrounding soils consume the organic matter in the wastewater as well as transform ammonia nitrogen, which is toxic to some aquatic species, to the less toxic form of nitrate-nitrogen.

Harmful bacteria and viruses present in the wastewater are largely removed in the leaching bed through filtration, predation (eaten by other microbes) and environmental exposure.

Reasons to Maintain your Septic Tank and Drain Field Lines

  • Household misuse is the primary cause of the most costly problems
  • The distribution lines can become clogged with a slime layer
  • High water tables and/or frequent flooding can prevent bacteria from consuming organic matter
  • Concrete tanks can flake inside the tank, then these particles can flow into the field and destroy it (major cost problem)
  • Accumulating fat, oils, and grease from the kitchen drain can cause complete system blockage and back-ups
  • Human and aquatic life can be protected by reducing nitrates from leaching into the ground water and well water


Why is BioRestore® Septic and Drain Liquid the right choice for your septic tank system?

  • By adding BioRestore® Septic and Drain Liquid to your septic system every month, you will help keep your septic system free-flowing , prolong the life of the system, and save money.
  • BioRestore® Septic and Drain Liquid is all natural, safe for pipes and plumbing, easy to use, and helps the environment.

How does BioRestore® Septic and Drain Work?

  • BioRestore® Septic and Drain Liquid stimulates the billions of all natural bacteria that digest household waste in your septic tank, in your drain field, and in your pipes.
  • BioRestore® Septic and Drain Liquid protects the beneficial bacteria from toxins, and chemicals such as bleach and antibacterial soaps that may be found in the wastewater, and allows them to effectively digest organic solid waste, fats, oils, grease, and slime.
  • BioRestore® Septic and Drain Liquid starts working immediately after you pour it down your kitchen sink, or flush it down your toilet.
Product Features & Benefits Comparison
BioRestore® Septic and Drain
Major Competitors
All Natural
yes
no
No enzymes
yes
no
Protects ground and well water
yes
no
Increases effluent quality
yes
no
Targets toxins and household chemicals
yes
no
Reduces septic tank corrosion
yes
no
Reduces sludge levels
yes
yes
Cleans drain lines
yes
yes
Reduces odours
yes
yes
Targets fats, oils and grease
yes
yes

 

 

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