With the possibility of pollutants escaping septic lines as a result of improper septic maintenance, we can’t express enough the need for regular septic tank pumpouts and septic tank inspections. Regular pumpouts mean more efficient wastewater treatment as well as prolonged life for your septic tank. A properly maintained septic system can last for as long as you live in your home.

In a recent blog we discussed the signing of House Bill 1263 into law and what the new legislation meant for septic tank maintenance in Southwest Florida.

April 27, 2012 Governor Rick Scott signed House Bill 1263 into law. The new bill calls for a restructure of the department of health and includes important changes that septic tank owners should be aware of.

Southwest Florida is known throughout the United States for our many beautiful natural lakes, rivers and white sand beaches. Green water ridden with toxic algae in Southwest Florida isn’t the first thing to come to mind, yet the foul-smelling algae is becoming a growing problem, polluting our Southwest Florida waterways and killing our wildlife.

Southwest Florida is known throughout the United States for our many beautiful natural lakes, rivers and white sand beaches. Green water ridden with toxic algae in Southwest Florida isn’t the first thing to come to mind, yet the foul-smelling algae is becoming a growing problem, polluting our Southwest Florida waterways and killing our wildlife.

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