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Septic Tank Emptying

Septic tanks are an essential part of any property. These systems require regular maintenance and emptying to ensure the efficient performance of your waste system and a healthy environment. Suppose you are the owner of a residence to comply with the Regulation respecting wastewater disposal systems for isolated dwellings Q-2, r.22. In that case, you are required to have your septic tank emptied once every two years. Sani-Vrac Donald Coffey offers professional septic tank pumping services for all residential, commercial and industrial properties.  


Extend the life of your drainage system and pipes by contacting our team today. We also offer regular service, so don't hesitate to open an account with us.

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Residential septic tank emptying

Pre-tank pumping for agricultural farms

Septic tank cleaning

Septic tank inspection

Septic system maintenance


Maintain Your Septic Tank with Our Professional Tips

Septic tanks collect organic waste from toilets, sinks, showers and other areas of a home. Please read below for some of our practical tips to keep your septic tank in good condition and working for a long time:

Never neglect the frequency of emptying your septic tank. Once every two years is not a luxury and is the law!

Keep the amount of cooking grease and oil sent to the septic tank to a minimum.

Avoid using chemical cleaning products that could end up in the septic tank.

Do not use sludge-reducing additives.

Install a pre-filter to preserve your septic field.

Clean the prefilter every six months to avoid blockages.

Never use a garbage disposal in sinks.

Use fragile toilet paper.

Limit and space your water consumption (bath, shower) and that of your household appliances.

Never put in your septic tank: female tampons, condoms, Q-Tips, wet wipes, diapers, cat litter, etc.

Keep the septic tank covers accessible at all times (no dirt, patio, snow, etc.).

Good Winter Practices

Before winter sets in:

Check that the level in the pit is below the inlet and outlet pipes.

Clean the prefilter.

Flush the toilet to make sure everything is flowing into the septic tank.

Identify the covers with stakes.

Make any necessary repairs, such as plumbing leaks.

Do not remove snow from the surface of the septic tank and leaching bed.

Don’t Let Your Septic Tank Get Clogged!

Emptying septic tanks and cesspools helps keep your sewage system working.

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