You may have noticed the warning signs—clogged pipes, strong smells, or even soggy patches in the yard. These are some of the biggest flags that it's time to take a look at your septic system.
If the damage is beyond the help of a little maintenance, it might be time to replace your septic tank altogether. One of the best options available on the market today is poly septic tanks. These storage tanks are incredibly innovative and in many ways outperform traditional septic systems.
What Are Poly Septic Tanks?
Poly Septic Tanks are created from a material called polyethylene. This material is a type of plastic available in different grades of quality. Industrial strength polyethylene is much denser than its low-quality counterpart.
Our poly septic tanks are specially engineered for high impact use. We use dense polyethylene material in the construction of our products and septic tanks. Our storage systems are capable of withstanding the intense Australian summer climate.
The systems we manufacture and supply include an anti-flotation ring to anchor your tank into place—crucial for areas known for having a high groundwater table. Poly septic tanks are much easier to transport and install than traditional concrete septic systems.
Why Make The Switch
Modern polyethylene innovations have led to the improvement of septic system technology. Compared to traditional concrete septic systems, poly septic systems are more affordable, easier to install and ensure durability with a higher degree of longevity.
How To Get Started
Before you begin, government requirements mandate that new septic installations must be pre-approved. Once you receive appropriate permission, installation of your new poly septic system can proceed.
The installation process is incredibly easy. The poly septic tanks are only around 200 kilograms in weight. A new poly septic tank comes prepared for immediate set-up and connection. Once the new system is in place, a final inspection is required. Once you receive an official OK, your new system is good to go!
Coerco Can Help
We understand the regulations and requirements you need to see your project through. We're here to help you every step of the way. If you're interested in making the switch to a new poly septic system, contact us today for more information to get started.