SeptUsol remediator for septic tanks and cesspools

applying nature to clean naturally

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Oily animal treatment is reviewed in the Gulf of Mexico

No need for scrubbing

No need for scrubbing with mayonnaise and handling the animals and birds for hours on end, a process that traumatizes animals and requires considerable man power. Trials show that spraying a SlickAway™ solution onto the feathers, a significant proportion of the crude oil (approximately (75-80%) came off by moving them around in a pool of water or by rinsing with a shower spray; an application baby oil or vegetable oil removes any remaining crude oil residue.

 

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Lewis Patton; Superintendent

"...Aquinoc is the only one that works.”

Quote from Lewis Patton; Superintendent Caughnawaga Golf Course: "We use environmentally designed practices on our course. I have tried many different biological products to treat our ponds and Aquinoc is the only one that works.”

Septic systems

Why do septic systems start to smell?

• Bad odours can be caused by overloading an under dimensioned system
(at a party at the summer house or house guests)
• Excessive dumping of cooking oils and grease can cause the inlet drains to block.
• Flushing non-biodegradable items such as cigarette butts and hygiene products such as sanitary towels and cotton buds will rapidly fill or clog a septic tank.
•  The use of garbage disposers for disposal of waste food can cause a rapid overload of the system and early failure.
•  Certain chemicals may damage the working of a septic tank, especially pesticides, herbicides, materials with high concentrations of bleach or caustic soda (lye) or any other inorganic materials such as paints or solvents.
•  Clogged seepage field; over time biofilms develop on the pipes of the drainage field which can lead to blockage. Such a failure can be referred to as "Biomat failure"
 

SeptUsol can solve many of these problems

The ancient bacteria in SepUsol come from before our planet had an oxygenated atmosphere. These critters colonize the septic sludge and break down the toxins and smelly compounds while others increase the capacity of the septic system by reducing the biological waste. 

o You can spray SeptUsol on the field to immediately reduce odours and infection risks until the problem is solved. 

o Then by adding SeptUsol regularly to the tank for a long term solution.
 

Why SeptUsol works

Septic systems are closed systems by design. Other than household wastes, no other material is allowed to enter. No other bacteria enters the system until the septic effluent enters the soil pores.



Every time we flush, the vast majority of bacteria that enter the septic system are anaerobic (without air). It is these bacteria that cause the system to fail. They secrete a coating of slime, scientifically referred to as a mucopolysaccharide. This slime protects the bacteria from stomach acids and enzymes, from other bacteria in our intestines, and from our immune system. And because these bacteria are anaerobic, the slime protects them from oxygen - which is toxic to them.

 

Biomat

The leading cause of septic field failures

Problems occur when these intestinal bacteria, carried along in the effluent from our septic tanks, contact the soil in the septic seepage field. They form a continuous colony over the entire soil surface. This colony is known as biomat. It continues to secrete slime, making the biomat even more impenetrable.

Eventually, liquid cannot pass through the biomat at a rate equal to the rate at which liquid comes into the system from the household. The septic seepage field fails. In fact, 95% of all septic seepage field failures are caused by biomat clogging.

SeptUsol™

is a natural micro-ecosystem which works together with oxygen

SeptUsol™ solves the problem. Ideally when added together with a constant flow of air in the septic tank, the anaerobic intestinal bacteria die; while the SeptUsol™ inoculates the septic tank with a micro eco system, a natural blend of beneficial yeasts and bacteria.

These microbes colonize the tank. The more effluent that must be digested, the larger the colony grows. It is entirely self-regulating. There are several septic aeration systems on the market; SeptUsol™ works with these products.

While they digest the organic material in the septic tank, the microbes begin to multiply and travel with the treated septic tank effluent into the failed seepage field. There, they digest the Biomat that is clogging the soil pores. With the Biomat gone, the soil is free to accept effluent again. The seepage field is restored.

This video shows a septic system treated with the SeptUsol product;

After 16 hours, 30 cms (1 foot) of sludge has been digested from the top of a failing septic system;

250 ml of SeptUsol microbe's were added together with the SeptUsol drop-in aeration unit.

 

Effects of SeptUsol™ are rapid and safe

Stringent rules

Canada has very stringent rules concerning the manufacture of microbial products.

All the bacteria used in InocUsol products are Canadian strains isolated at our product development laboratory in Quebec. This is mandatory in Canada; documentation of our micro organisms and manufacturing processes are available on request.

All InocUsol microbial strains have bio-safety ratings of level 1;

InocUsol uses documented microbial strains, agricultural grade ingredients and proprietary formulations to ensure standardized fermentation as well as first-class quality and reproducibility of outcomes.

Cultures are listed internationally as GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) including in the United States and are on the Domestic Substance List (DSL) in Canada.

Products made in Europe even under ISO regulations or products with non Canadian micro organisms are not able to be sold for use in the environment.

None of the microbes are genetically modified. They grow at different temperatures under aerobic and anaerobic conditions even in complex milieu rich in nitrates.

Video on Septic Tanks

Septusol can remediate septic systems