Most of us commonly think that treatments for holding tanks are just there to eliminate odors. To properly treat a holding tank however, our goals should include both breaking down wastes and eliminating odors. Continue reading “Why are Bacteria Good for Your Holding Tank?”
When maintained properly, a well-designed septic tank won’t cause any problems.
However, most homeowners overlook their septic systems and only take action when problems arise. Septic tank problems should be taken care of as soon as the early signs show.
Here are some of the most common septic tank problems you might encounter and how to get around them. Continue reading “The Most Common Septic Tank Problems Solved”
Recreational vehicles (RV) are perfect companions for camping and travel. Travel is more fun and enjoyable when using an RV. However, all RV owners must also admit that to fully enjoy the experience, there are maintenance chores that should be done. Continue reading “A Primer on RV Tanks and Toilets”
Do you own a houseboat but still unsure of the workaround of things especially in treating its sanitation system particularly its holding tank? Holding tank treatments include the methods to mask or eliminate odors from wastes that are being broken down. Continue reading “Houseboat Holding Tank Treatments”
Typically, houseboats with toilets have holding tanks installed for temporary storage of sewage until they reach a vessel pumpout facility. Discharging overboard while in the ocean is illegal and could impose heavy fines and penalties. Continue reading “Tips for Odor Prevention in a Houseboat’s Holding Tank”
Maintaining a clean toilet holding tank is one of the many things you have to deal with when exploring the great outdoors. Since water supply is limited, the stench coming from your tank can be unbearable.
Contrary to most of our beliefs, maintaining a clean holding tank isn’t the nastiest job. In fact, regular maintenance can save your mobile home from the unpleasant smell. Continue reading “Camping Basics: How to Keep the Toilet Holding Tank Clean”