IBS Learning Center
From Municipal Overloaded Systems to Septic Tank Problems & Solutions
Why Choose IBS?
IBS has developed a proprietary formula through the means of microbe granulation technology while using the highest grade of all natural products. This allows our clients to digest and clean wastewater for any system from municipal and commercial applications to residential septic tanks. The Learning Center is to be the go-to-resource for clients, municipal treatment operators, and the general public for all the information necessary to understand and apply our unique and exclusive technology in the application across all types and forms of wastewater treatment. To learn more Explore, Discover and Share the resources found on this website.
The IBS Advantage
Understanding bio-augmentation, and achieving environmentally sustainable results. Learn about our case studies.
Find out how to treat lagoons to large scale digesters and achieve regulated outflow readings.
Septic Tank Systems
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Need help maintaining your septic system? Learn everything you need to know. Have a question? Make a comment on our online forum.
Septic Tank Basics
A septic tank system performs a significant function that aids to preserve the safety of public health and the environment. Properly functioning residential septic systems increase the value of homes as well as maintaining a clean water system. All on-site wastewater systems use a type of septic tank system sometimes referred to cesspools, manure handling systems, or sewage holding tanks.
All the wastewater from household and industrial usage gets pumped into these systems and get stored underground. The stored wastewater then separates into two main categories, scum and solid sludge (manure). The scum flows through the system and exits the drainage field often not properly treated and containing harmful substances to the environment. The sludge remains and is slowly broken down with the naturally occurring microbes.
In most cases these natural microbes are not sufficient to break down the sludge and it is built up and begins to clog the system causing backed up pipes and fields creating a huge mess. Herein lies the problem, without proper digestion of slug in any system it can be very expensive to clean, pump out or excavate and instal new systems. To learn more please visit the other pages and sections under Septic Systems or Septic Maintenance.
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