Septic system consists of several components and these all run collectively to manage wastewater. That being said, when any one aspect of the system stops working, the whole system may cannot work. All the drain systems in your home or business are attached with each other at a single point where they exit the structure. Upon exiting, the wastewater is brought to the tank. Within the tank, a "baffle" helps in forcing the water down so that it separates from waste thoroughly. Buoyant things, such as oil, fat, grease, and toilet paper rise back up to the top. This part is is called the "scum." Heavier waste settles at the bottom and creates a layer called "sludge." The water that stays between the two is the "effluent," and it can properly leave the tank via a specially-designed outlet. Most residences have a leach field where the water drains to, but there are various systems that ensure the water flows freely into the earth where the soil's organic bacteria can handle any remaining organic material.
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