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Winterizing Septic Systems?

It would be nice to have more info on the winterization of septic systems. For example if you have a 'pumped' system where the sewage is collected in a pumping station and then pumped uphill to a septic tank and bed should you leave this pump powered up over the winter or turn it off? The sewage ejector pump utilizes a float valve of course but nonetheless some ground water could conceivably get in the tank and the tank is just below the surface of the ground thus can freeze.

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July 18, 20050 found this helpful

In order to understand the problem can you explain it better? Where do you live in the country or city? Is their Regulations for septic systems? Why are their 2 tanks? mrmoose71943@yahoo.com

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December 18, 20080 found this helpful

Why can you not use automotive anti-freeze with ethylene glycol in the toilets?

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