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Using Brewer's Yeast in a Septic System

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Many homeowners with septic systems regularly add brewer's yeast to keep their system functioning properly. This is a guide about using brewer's yeast in a septic system.


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May 28, 20050 found this helpful

Brewer's yeast can be used in the toilet once a month, to keep your septic tank leach lines flowing. It keeps the bacteria active in your septic system. No need for harsh chemicals.

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November 8, 20130 found this helpful

How much brewer's yeast do you pour in and do you pour it in stool or septic tank?

By Kathy from Locust Grove, OK


November 10, 20132 found this helpful

I've been in this house over 35 years and once a month I put one packet in the toilet
bowl and flush. In the beginning there were 6 kids and 2 adults, now only 2 and this house was built in 1949...(and no problems).

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