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Cesspool vs Septic Tank: The Differences & Which Is Better

2019-08-14T15:07:53+00:00August 19th, 2019|Cesspools, Septic tanks|

Cesspool vs Septic Tank: The Differences & Which Is Better Cesspool vs septic tank: cesspools are holes in the ground that dump scum and liquid wastewater into a small area while septic tanks hold the scum and spread out the liquid wastewater over a wider area. The treated wastewater is properly dealt with

How Hawaii Cesspool Conversion Laws Affect Homeowners Like You

2019-07-09T15:42:13+00:00July 15th, 2019|Cesspools, Septic tanks|

How Hawaii Cesspool Conversion Laws Affect Homeowners Like You Michael has been living in Kailua-Kona for a long time. He knows the best restaurants, swimming holes, and backroads. After so many years it feels like he was born on the island. This place is his home and he loves it. Recently, he’s been

Converting A Cesspool To A Septic Tank System In Kona

2019-03-21T14:10:55+00:00March 21st, 2019|Septic tanks|

Converting A Cesspool To A Septic Tank System In Kona You might need a septic tank system before you can add onto your home in Kona. One of our clients has to. Janett (our awesome client) wants to increase the value of her Kona rental property by adding an ohana under it (it’s

7 Steps For How Septic Tank Systems Work

2019-01-31T18:44:13+00:00February 4th, 2019|Septic tanks|

How Do Septic Tank Systems Work? The grass is always greener around a septic tank. We're talking a healthy green, not "radioactive mutant-Hulk monster" green. The main job of a septic tank is to clean dirty household water that comes from bathrooms, laundry rooms, and other areas of your home. This water is

The Guide To Septic Tanks For Hawaii

2019-08-02T14:49:53+00:00January 7th, 2019|Septic tanks|

Septic Tanks Are Hawaii's New Wastewater Cleanser 53 million gallons of untreated sewage was released into the ground every day in Hawaii in 2017 - https://health.hawaii.gov/opppd/files/2017/12/Act-125-HB1244-HD1-SD3-CD1-29th-Legislature-Cesspool-Report.pdf (page 3) Since then, Hawaii has passed Act 125 to clean up this problem. In short, it means cesspools are to be replaced by septic systems or