Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

New Hampshire Septic System

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New Hampshire Septic System Regulations

One of the most strict states in the country when it comes to septic systems, New Hampshire is very proactive in preventing the pollution of all public or private water supplies. For an interesting fact sheet published by the state describing septic systems, and their care and maintenance click >HERE

While the tank system is as prevalent in New Hampshire, as it is in the rest of the country, the state actively pursues and approves newer technologies to ensure ground waters are protected. See SSB-12 Approved Technologies for Septic Systems

New Hampshire Septic System Pumping

new hampshire septic systemMost all states insist that septic tank pumping is a necessary evil, and New Hampshire is no exception. The common belief that additives allow the homeowner to forego pumping is just not the case. Allowing the pumper to do his job every 3 to 5 years should prevent system failure provided the system is being used as designed.

Septic pumpers are required to be licensed by the state, and are subject to a strict set of guidelines including prominent posting of license number on truck, the prevention of spills on site and in transit, and site repair following the pumping operation. Take a look at the following video describing what the state expects from it's licensed pumpers. Septic Pumping Video