Sewage treatment plants require maintenance but through evolving designs, they are becoming easier to manage on an annual basis.
To maintain your sewage treatment tank, it is recommended you have it cleaned once a year and remove all residue to keep the treatment facility in working condition. You can do this yourself or hire a professional.
To keep on top of any circumstantial problems, it is advised to do a routine inspection of the tank every month to observe the appearance of leakages, cracks, or wear. These can lead to more problematic developments over time if left unattended.
Protect your sewage treatment tank from rainwater entry. Rainwater causes varying levels of damage to a sewage treatment tank and can force wastewater to overflow, polluting the area.