Sewer Ejection Pump Maintenance
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Your home’s septic system includes a SEWER EJECTOR PUMP.
Sewer ejector pumps are typically installed in basements that have bathrooms or laundry rooms below the sewer line. They pump waste into the main septic line. Your owner’s manual is a good resource, and a licensed professional should check your sewer ejector pump regularly. There are a few things that you can do to help extend the life of your sewer ejector pump.
The top of the sump basin should be sealed properly so that no waste or smell can be emitted. If the seal is not tight and effectively sealed, please consult with a professional.
TOILET PAPER ONLY
Toilet paper is the only thing that you can safely flush.
- AVOID Flushing…
- FLUSHABLE WIPES! – NO WIPES!
- COFFEE GROUNDS
- EGG SHELLS
- PRODUCE STICKERS
- FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCTS
- PAPER TOWELS
- SOLVENTS, PAINTS, TURPENTINE, NAIL POLISH, POLISH REMOVER
- FLAMMABLE OR EXPLOSIVE SUBSTANCES
- CORROSIVE SUBSTANCES THAT ARE EITHER ACIDIC OR CAUSTIC
- PRESCRIPTION AND OVER-THE-COUNTER MEDICATION
- GREASE (This includes your garbage disposal). Grease can harden and stick to pipes and can eventually lead to blockages.
Septic 101 - Learn more about your septic system by attending one of our Library Talks!
Carroll County Public Library speaking schedule 2019. All sessions begin at 7:00pm.
- March 14, 2019 – Finksburg Library – BAT Septic Class
- March 28, 2019 – North Carroll Library – Septic 101 Class
- April 11, 2019 – Eldersburg Library – Septic 101 Class
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