Be a Good Neighbor with Everett Septic Service

August 3, 2016  

Be a Good Neighbor with Everett Septic ServiceSuperior Septic Services has your Everett septic service well in hand. Our teams are knowledgeable, conscientious, and aware of the commitment to community and environment that are implied in the term “septic service.” There is no season when this commitment is more important than in the summer.

Water is part of summer, and water quality is part of septic services. As the preschool book by Taro Gomi puts it, Everyone Poops. This clever little book is intended as part of a preschool toilet training collection and presents a scientifically accurate account of scatology (science of poop) with clever pictures and lots of cute animals. The book ends with a toddler sitting on a training potty. The end message is that everyone poops, but clever children use their potty chair or the toilet. That is a good message for preschoolers, but it needs to be followed up with a little bit more information for bigger folk concerning where the poo goes after it is in the potty. If it goes to the right place – an efficient septic tank or digester – it can be processed and used as fertilizer. If it goes to the wrong place – supplies of fresh drinking water – it is still fertilizer but is more likely to grow germs instead of corn. Typhoid and amoebic dysentery are only two of the many diseases that can devastate an infected population, and both are spread through contaminated drinking water.

Septic inspection is part of being a good neighbor.Superior Septic Services has your Everett septic service ready, no matter what your service issue or need is. Your satisfaction is our number 1 priority! Just call us at (425)905-2485 and one of our teams will check your home septic system to make sure it is the right place for poo. Everyone poops, and everyone lives either upstream from someone else, or downstream.

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