The tank was emptied a month ago.This has caused a few problems which, just in case your eating, I'll not share here. Our problems will cease tomorrow because not only is the tank being emptied but Master Blaster will call with his film crew. They claim...
A single-story, watertight, on-site treatment system for domestic sewage, consisting of one or more compartments, in which the sanitary flow is detained to permit concurrent sedimentation and sludge digestion. The septic tank is constructed of materials not subject to decay, corrosion, or decomposition, such as precast concrete, reinforced concrete, concrete block, or reinforced resin and fiberglass. The tank must be structurally capable of supporting imposed soil and liquid loads. Septic tanks are used primarily for individual residences, isolated institutions, and commercial complexes such as schools, prisons, malls, fairgrounds, summer theaters, parks, or recreational facilities. Septic tanks have limited use in urban areas where sewers and municipal treatment plants exist.
Septic tanks do not treat sewage; they merely remove some solids and condition the sanitary flow so that it can be safely disposed of to a subsurface facility such as a tile field, leaching pools, or buried sand filter. The organic solids retained in the tank undergo a process of liquefaction and anaerobic decomposition by bacterial organisms. The clarified septic tank effluent is highly odorous, contains finely divided solids, and may contain enteric pathogenic organisms. The small amounts of gases produced by the anaerobic bacterial action are usually vented and dispersed to the atmosphere without noticeable odor or ill effects. source www.answers.com
We undertake CCTV of drains, sewers, flues, chutes, chimneys, etc, in colour or monochrome with video recording facilities and in line colour photography.
These surveys will determin the condition of drain line and any breaks or faults in the line. Used in conjunction with electronic tracing, our expert engineers can pin point the location of the damage thus keeping excavation and disruption to a minimum.
We can also supply our customers with a copy of the survey on DVD or VHS video formats.
So watch out, I might just post possibly the shittiest film ever shot in Greyabbey on YouTube. Would you watch it?