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Wastewater from your house is carried into the septic tank by gravity.
The tank holds this wastewater for one or two days, during which time anaerobic bacteria inside the tank break down the substances in the water.
The wastewater is separated into solids, greases, oils, and floating substances by these bacteria.
Approximately 25 million homes across the US rely on their septic tank to treat their home wastewater.
However, it's important for you as a homeowner to understand how your septic tank works, even if professionals from an Essex County Septic Company will be maintaining it for you.
Though every septic system is slightly different, each septic tank works in the same manner.
After remaining in the septic tank for one or two days, the "grey" wastewater inside the tank flows into the drain field.
The drain field is a term that describes a trench filled with sand, gravel, tire chips, or other loose yet dense material, consisting of a series of perforated pipes.