and drainfields, it
is grease. The type of bacteria that lives, eats and multiples in septic tanks does not thrive at all in solidified grease. All animal fats congeal at room temperature, this also occurs when leftover fat is poured down the sink drain or into the garbage disposal.
It begins to solidify in the sewer line on the way to the tank.
After many deposits of grease over a period of months the sewer line can become constricted or even blocked completely, and the tank will contain a significant amount solid fat which cannot be converted to by bacterial action.
If this occurs you will have mutliple problems. First bacterial action in the tank will have been slowed while grease packs the tank, obstructing both the inlet and outlet. Because of the light density of the fat, it remains near the top of the tank, jeopardizing the drainfield during heavy surges.
REMEMBER GREASE IS NOT SEWAGE IT IS GARBAGE. MAKE SURE TO KEEP GREASE OUT OF YOUR SEWAGE SYSTEM.
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