Many of today’s most common household cleaning products, hand soaps, and detergents contain anti-bacterial and antiseptic chemicals. These products interfere with the natural process that occurs in your septic tank. Bio-Tab® is an environmentally friendly septic tank additive which ensures that your tank stays in proper working order.
What makes Bio-Tab Superior?
Advanced Formula: Bio-Tab is a highly concentrated tablet of bacteria (both aerobic and anaerobic) and enzymes that act as a biological activator for septic tanks. In short, Bio-Tab helps septic systems work like they were intended.
Easy-to-Use: Unlike most competitors’ dusty powders or messy liquids, Bio-Tab is in an easy to use tablet form. There’s also a handy tracking sticker on the top of each bottle to track the tablets used per month. Professionally packaged in a small jar (one jar contains a full year’s supply), you can easily store Bio-Tab without fear of spilling harsh chemicals in your home.
Safe: Bio-Tab® is non-toxic to humans and animals. It is a non-corrosive and non-poisonous product that will not harm plumbing or septic systems.
The Bio-Tab concept has been designed with you in mind. The combination of tablet form and technologically advanced chemistry assures you of consistent product performance and dosage. These concentrated, time-release tablets allow you to easily treat your septic system without the inconvenience of messy liquids or dusty powders.
How Bio-Tab Works?
♦ Bio-Tab is a carefully produced tablet form, which sinks to the bottom of your septic tank where build-up problems begin. While powders and liquids can wash over the surface with little effect, Bio-Tab’s composition of enzymes and bacteria allows it to gradually dissolve to create a growing area of activity at the bottom of the tank that digests and liquefies organic waste.
♦ When Bio-Tab is first added to the septic system, the tablet sinks to the bottom of the tank where there is little to no oxygen. This is where the anaerobic bacteria work best – in the absence of oxygen. Here Bio-Tab dissolves the solids and sludge. The liquid then passes into the drain field to be absorbed into the ground.
♦ Once in the drain field, liquid waste is exposed to the air where aerobic bacteria, which work in the presence of oxygen, can continue the breakdown process. This allows the natural filter action of the surrounding ground to remain unclogged in order to naturally absorb and purify the waste.
Bio-Tab works from the inside out and hence using it will aid and support the natural digestion of waste, helping your septic system to successfully complete its role and maintain good working condition.
Directions for Use:
♦ For best results, we recommend the following treatment for every 1,000 gallons of septic tank capacity. The initial application should be repeated after every pumping.
♦ For the first application, flush 3 tablets down the toilet to establish action, flushing twice
♦ Use 1 tablet each month thereafter to maintain a proper level of bacterial activity, flushing twice with each dosage
♦ Bio-Tab has a shelf life of about 5 years as long as it’s kept dry.
♦ It’s best to store Bio-Tab in a cool dry place. Room temperature is fine. Just avoid extreme heat
♦ Each jar of Bio-Tab contains a desiccant packet to help absorb any excess humidity
How Bio-Tab® Compares to the Competition
BIO-TAB® for Septic Systems
One year Supply of BIO-TAB® for Septic Systems - Septic Tank Treatment. Includes a complimentary refrigerator magnet calendar to help track your monthly dosage.
Complimentary Email Reminder Service:
Although Bio-Tab comes with a handy tracking sticker on the top of each jar to track monthly tablet usage. We will also provide you with a complimentary monthly email reminder, which will be sent to your email address associated with your PayPal account (if applicable) to help ensure that you do not miss your scheduled septic system treatment.
* In addition all Bio-Tab® orders will receive our complimentary refrigerator magnet calendar to help make your monthly dosage tracking easier.
To learn more about the proper care and maintenance of your septic system, please visit www.epa.gov/septic. Thank you for helping to keep our groundwater safe!