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ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment Pods

$19.95

Description

Septic Tank Treatment Pods – Maintains Proper Septic System Balance

  • Compatible with all septic systems and RV black tanks
  • Supplements bacteria colonies with over 1 billion units of natural bacteria
  • Breaks down waste from protein, paper, grease & oils
  • Non-corrosive formula won’t damage pipes

Size: 12 pods

Usage Amount: 1 year supply

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Maintain a Healthy Septic Tank Balance

Septic tanks require the right balance of bacteria to function properly. ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment Pods help keep your system operating smoothly.
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Maintains healthy septic tank balance

Supplements bacteria with over 1 billion colony forming units.

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All natural ingredients

Contains natural live bacteria, just like the existing colonies in your tank.

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Easy to use dissolvable packets

No measuring required and no mess. Just flush 1 pod per month!

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Helps prevent septic backups and repairs

Breaks down waste like protein, paper, grease & oils to prevent blockages.

Performance Benefits

Helps Prevent Expensive Backups and Other Costly Repairs

Each septic tank treatment pod contains over 1 billion colony forming units of bacteria per gram. They immediately go to work helping your septic system digest waste.

Nearly Effortless Maintenance

  • Simply flush one treatment pod down the toilet each month to help maintain your system’s bacteria balance.
  • Ensuring your system is running efficiently helps to reduce odors and can increase time between pumping.
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ACTIVE SEPTIC TANK TREATMENT POD INSTRUCTIONS

How to Treat Your Septic Tank With ACTIVE

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Place one pod into toilet and flush

It’s as easy as that! Just flush it down and let ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment do the rest.

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Repeat once per month

Keep track of your treatment schedule by marking the calendar on the back of the package.

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Store the bag in a cool. dry place between uses

Ensure bag is sealed and kept away from sources of heat.

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Why is active septic tank treatment better?

ACTIVE Compared To Other Septic Tank Treatments

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ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment

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Other Septic Tank Treatments

Septic Tank Treatment Pods to Maintain Bacteria Balance

Why ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment?

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Works With All Septic Systems

Compatible with all types of septic systems including conventional, chamber, drip distribution, aerobic, anaerobic, mound, recirculating sand filter, evapotranspiration, constructed wetland, cluster and RV black tanks.

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All Natural Bacteria Blend

ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment pods contain a blend of dormant non-pathogenic bacteria that comes back to life when exposed to moisture.

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Maintains Proper Septic Tank Function

These treatment pods help supplement the existing bacteria in septic tanks improving the digestion of proteins, paper, grease, and oils.

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Helps Prevent Backups

By supporting the digestive functions in the septic system, this treatment can help prevent backups by liquifying solid waste.

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1 Year Supply Value Pack

Each pack of ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment contains 12 pods for a full 1 year supply.

ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Your septic system is a critical component of your home, so you probably have some questions about what you’re putting inside it.

Yes, our treatment pods are 100% safe. They’re filled with dormant non-pathogenic bacteria cultivated right here in the United States.

For storage purposes and safety the bacteria is in a dormant state. Once exposed to moist conditions, the bacteria “wakes up” and begins to digest the waste in your septic system.

These pods are not plastic. They are covered with a water soluble wrapper that dissolves quickly when exposed to moisture allowing the bacteria to start working.

Simply flush one pod down the toilet once per month – that’s it! Just remember to stay on schedule and let ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment do the rest.

Yeast is just a fungus and does not break down the proteins, grease, and paper found in septic systems the same way as our blend of bacteria.

ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment Usage Guide

Maintaining Your Septic System With ACTIVE

A well-maintained septic tank is crucial when it comes to waste management; it’ll also prevent costly repairs in the future.

Importance of Septic System Maintenance

active septic tank treatment pods replace systemMore than 20 percent of U.S. households rely on these systems as an alternative to municipal wastewater systems.

Despite that, many people remain unaware or indifferent about the importance of proper maintenance.

For example, clogs and leaks can occur if your septic tank isn’t maintained properly. Not only would that lead to costly repairs but it could also lead to a complete replacement, which is very expensive process.

Potential Consequences: From Leaks To Strong Sewage Smells

A poorly-maintained system won’t just cause functional problems; it can have environmental implications too.

For example, untreated sewage—which is filled with harmful pathogens—can leak back into the environment, harming both humans and animals.

Not only that but it can also cause strong sewage smells to develop.

If you notice an unpleasant odor emanating from your property, chances are, there are underlying issues with your home’s wastewater drainage line.

How Do Septic Systems Work?

active septic tank treatment inside tankA septic system primarily consists of two integral parts: the septic tank and leach field. The journey begins with wastewater flowing from your household drainage line into the septic tank, which acts as a holding area for waste material.

Inside the tank, solids settle at the bottom while lighter substances float on top.

In between these layers lies mostly water along with dissolved particles that neither sink nor float. This liquid waste eventually gets released into your leach field dispersal system.

Bacteria in Conventional Septic Systems

The efficacy of a septic system relies heavily on certain types of natural bacteria present within the tank itself.

These microscopic organisms play a crucial role in the anaerobic digestion process, aka the breaking down of solid wastes.

Potent cleaning solutions like bleach or harsh drain cleaners pose a threat to these beneficial bacteria by killing them off when they enter through drains or toilets; this would lead to inefficient breakdowns and potential blockages inside the pipes.

In some cases, it can even lead to perforated pipes, which are costly to fix.

That’s why it’s so important to use ‘septic-safe’ labeled cleaning products – they are specifically formulated not to harm bacterial populations.

Regular Septic Tank Maintenance Procedures

Regular maintenance is key to keeping your septic system functioning properly.

Pumping Your Septic Tank

Household waste, including toilet paper, if left unchecked, can cause clogs, which can damage your septic system over time.

To prevent that, you want to pump your septic tanks regularly, ideally once every three to five years, depending on usage and size.

Depending on your location, it can cost anywhere from $200 to $600.

Caring For Drain Fields

active septic tank treatment leach fieldThe leach field is responsible for gradually releasing organic waste into the surrounding soil; this allows natural filtration to occur.

This area requires careful attention. For example, driving or parking vehicles over the leach field could potentially lead to serious harm, including compacted soil, which can impede normal operations.

Preserving Your Septic System with Safe Cleaning Products

Choosing the right household cleaning products is key when it comes to preserving your septic system.

More specifically, you want to choose products that are labeled as ‘septic-safe’ or ‘biodegradable’ as they don’t contain harmful ingredients that could disrupt bacterial balance within tanks.

Avoid Overloading The System With Detergents And Soaps

You also want to consider the amount of product that you’re using.

Remember, even if they’re marked as ‘septic-safe’, excess amounts can still affect the balance of bacteria.

This is especially true for laundry detergents as large amounts are released after each wash cycle; this can cause potential harm through chemical buildup inside the septic tanks.

Treat Your Septic System

Septic tank treatments are essential when it comes to maintaining the health of your system.

Essentially, these septic treatments are biological additives that are designed to replenish the levels of beneficial bacteria – the ones that are respnsible for breaking down human waste in the tank.

Some also contain organic solvents that are used to break down fat and grease.

ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment

active septic tank treatment before afterOur septic treatment additive is specially formulated with dormant bacteria that will supplement the bacterial populations within your tank.

Using the product regularly will not only help with the breakdown of waste but it’ll also mitigate odors that are often associated with poorly maintained systems.

It’s easy to use too – simply flush one pod down the toilet once every month. The back of the package even comes with a calendar that you can use to keep track of your cleaning schedule.

Septic Tank Maintenance – FAQs

How can I keep my septic system healthy?

Maintain your septic system by conducting regular inspections, scheduling pump-outs once every 3-5 years, and using septic-safe cleaning products.

It’s also recommended that you treat your septic tank with ACTIVE once a month.

What does proper maintenance involve?

Ideally, you want to check for leaks or clogs, schedule pump-outs based on usage and size, and manage the leach fields to prevent damage.

What are the signs that your septic tank is full?

If you notice slow drains, sewage odors around your property, or lush green grass over the drain field area, your tank may be full.

How many loads of laundry a day are safe to do with a septic tank?

To avoid overloading your leach field dispersal system, it is recommended to limit yourself to one load of laundry per day if possible. For larger amounts, it is best to spread them out throughout the week.

ACTIVE Septic-Safe Cleaning Solutions

With the Septic Treatment by ACTIVE, you’ll easily be able to maintain the balance of healthy bacteria in your septic system – and all you need is one pod every month.

We also offer a range of quality cleaning products and treatments for appliances and more, most of which are safe to use in homes with septic systems.

So what are you waiting for? Let us help take the hassle and guesswork out of your cleaning routine!

Customer Reviews

15 reviews for ACTIVE Septic Tank Treatment Pods

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    5 out of 5

    Sarah K.

    Been using it faithfully for months and the random “sewer smell” in our bathrooms is almost gone. The pods are handy, but it’s hard to know for sure if they’re the reason.

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    5 out of 5

    Ashlee G.

    Treatment pods are super easy, just flush and you’re set for the month. Our family of four puts a lot of pressure on the septic system, and these pods help keep everything functioning.

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    5 out of 5

    Darlene

    Nothing’s more embarrassing than a clogged energy-saving toilet, especially in a retirement community. I always have a plunger and use the right toilet tissue, but these little blue packets, just one flush a month, are a lifesaver. Great value for a year’s supply. Really the best quality for great results. Thanks.

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    5 out of 5

    Joyful Shopper

    Been using this kind of septic treatment for over 20 years with no issues. This product seems like good quality.

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    5 out of 5

    Pony65

    Very easy to use, just a monthly drop in the toilet, seems to be doing its job.


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