Due to the fuel shortages and driver shortages in the UK we are experiencing delays in our carbon deliveries. Early ordering is highly recommended.
Septic tanks and small-scale community water treatment plants are biological systems for breaking down the organic matter and inorganic nitrogen in wastewater.
Like all biological systems, they rely on a healthy population of the right bacteria species in order to perform.
ACF32 is a proprietary, multi-species formula of live bacteria effective in breaking down the organic fraction of sewage and wastewater, as well as the inorganic nitrogen.
By breaking down the solids quickly and effectively, ACF32 significantly reduces costly maintenance to the system, which includes tank pumping, and system backup.
When used regularly, the septic system will function properly and avoid costly repair and/or replacement.
ACF32 will remediate percolation problems in the drainage field soil and assure constant filtration back to the environment. [Note: mechanical issues, such as broken aeration or solids traps must be fixed prior to adding any bacteria products]
Whether it’s for Septic Tank shock treatment or simply to start up a population of Septic Tank Microbes, our ACF32 bacteria will be able to quickly get you Septic Tank up and running.
The application of ACF32 to the septic tank system is easy. It can be added indoors to the toilets and sinks or outdoors directly into the septic tanks. Simply use the following table to determine the correct quantity and frequency of the application. Directly to the Septic Tank: Locate the porthole and add the recommended dosage of ACF32 to the tank.
In the Toilet: Add ACF32 directly to the toilet and flush once.
[TIP: ideally use in a toilet that has not been recently flushed as this reduces the risk of chlorine in the water]
Do not add ACF32 immediately before or after the use of household chemicals or detergents, as these products can inhibit bacteria growth. It is recommended that ACF32 is added at night after system use has stopped for the day.
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