If you have a septic tank, you can have a garbage disposer
Septic tanks help save the environment. However, some people find it frustrating that they can’t do what other households with traditional waste systems can do. One must be careful not to use any kind of soap, and you can’t send too much waste through the system.
When I was asked if people with septic tanks can use a garbage disposer, I decided to check that out. I was pleased to find out that the InSinkErator Evolution Septic Assist was indeed the one.
Like I said, some people think they can’t have a garbage disposer because they have a septic tank. But this all changes thanks to this model. It has a two stage grinding system, so jamming and clogging are limited as the waste is grinded to a thick liquid – to make it save to go through the septic tank.
On the technical side, it uses a Tri-Action lug system and GrindShear ring. In combination they grind everything to a pulp.
When buying this model, you get a Bio-Charge Enzyme treatment, so millions of micro-organisms full of enzymes are produced when the machine is switched on. It has a pleasant citrus smell.
One negative comment on the Bio-Charger is that it is bulky, so please remember to measure your available space before buying it.
This model is quiet as well. Extremely quiet. So it is a great advantage. It also has an anti-vibration sink mount and tail-pipe and great technology was used to insulate the motor. A sink baffle is also included. So no more covering ears when it is running.
The InSinkErator can be installed easily, so no professional help is needed. It has a Quick Lock sink mount, so you simply twist off your old machine and twist the new one on. It can replace other brands like Badger too.
This model has a 3/4 horsepower motor, but the cord is excluded. It has a 4 year limited in-home warranty, which makes it very convenient.
So I think it is great news that people with septic tanks can also now benefit from a garbage disposal.
Check Amazon to see what they sell for now.