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septic

1. of, relating to, or caused by sepsis
2. of, relating to, or caused by putrefaction

septic

[′sep·tik]
(medicine)
Of or pertaining to sepsis.
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This week, Governor Jack Markell, DNREC Secretary David Small and DNRECs Division of Water in partnership with the Delaware On-site Wastewater Recycling Association (DOWRA) are joining the EPA to promote national SepticSmart Week in Delaware by reminding residents about proper septic system care and maintenance, assisting local agencies with homeowner education and awareness, and educating local decision makers about infrastructure options to improve and sustain their communities.
Failure to maintain septic system can lead to back-ups and overflows that pollute local waterways, create dead zones, raise water treatment costs, and endanger human health.
A commitment to effective home septic tank maintenance can help rural property owners protect their home from issues such as flooding and environmental damage.
Three basic categories of septic tank additives are available: chemical, physical, and biological.
Septic systems need tissue paper that breaks down quickly so that it does not contribute to clogging up the septic line.
By taking small steps to care for and maintain their septic systems, homeowners will not only be helping to protect public health and the environment, they can also save money and protect property values.
Oftentimes, the septic tank system is a part of the home that is ignored by property owners.
There are three basic categories of septic tank additives: chemical, physical, and biological.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), encourages residents to learn about and properly maintain their septic systems during SepticSmart Week from September 21 to 25.
One of the most challenging elements of the wintery weather has been the effect that the additional snow and ice have had on home septic systems.