SEPTIC TANK & LEACH
The most common septic system
consists of a the septic tank and a drain field. Typically,
the septic tank is a watertight reinforced concrete
tank with a 1,000 gallon liquid capacity.
all of the wastewater, from the home, flows into the septic
tank. As wastewater flows into the tank, the solids settle
to the bottom, the lighter material including, fat, oil &
grease, float to the top and the liquid flows out of the
tank to the drain field. The tank's primary purpose is to
retain and degrade solids while releasing sewage effluent to
the drain field. A typical drain field is comprised of rows
of perforated 3 inch pipe set 5 ft apart on a 6 inch
stone layer. The bottom of the trench must be at least 1.5
ft. above the groundwater table and 3 ft above bedrock or
Septic Tank Treatment is a highly concentrated, proprietary blend of
essential nutrients, and
synergists formulated to eliminate odor and accelerate the
natural decomposition of the biodegradable component in
organic waste in septic tanks, marine and RV holding tanks,
portable toilets etc. CB-7000 is
effective in aqueous and non-aqueous facultative environments.
stimulates biomass within the treatment
environment and accelerates the natural microbiological
process. This process maintains the functionality of well functioning
systems and causes marginal systems to become functionally
active. As a result, the biodegradable components in the
treatment environment are reduced in a fraction of the time
that would normally be required. CB-7000 septic
tank treatment will maintain your septic tank and drain
field in good working order and prevent or delay expensive
sludge in septic tanks and pipes
pores in drainage fields
the digestion of solids
drain line problems
Physical state: Liquid
Odor and appearance: Brown
Specific gravity (20 deg. C):
pH: 3.68 (concentrated state)
Evaporation rate (Water = 1): 10
% Volatile by volume: 7.1
Solubility in water: 100%
85 deg. C
0 deg. C
& RV HOLDING TANKS - PORTABLE TOILETS
add 1 oz. concentrate / 40 gallon tank capacity as required.
following application rates are based on 1000 gallon tank capacity.
FUNCTIONING SEPTIC SYSTEM
Add 3 to 4 oz. CB-7000 concentrate / month - This will keep
the system functioning, eliminate odor and substantially
increase the time between pump outs.
FUNCTIONING SEPTIC SYSTEM
Add 10 oz. CB-7000 concentrate to the system. This will
abruptly eliminate odor and improve the functionality of the
system. Wait 15 days and begin normal treatment (3 to 4 oz. /
month.) Functionality of the system will continue to improve
and pump out will be delayed for a substantial period.
Pump the septic tank and immediately add 10 oz. concentrate to
the system. This will liquefy sludge and unplug soil pores in
the drainage field. Wait 30 days and begin normal treatment (3
to 4 oz / month). Functionality of the system will continue to
The materials used in the production
process are derived from naturally occurring and sustainable
sources. aCB-7000 does NOT contain
synthetic chemicals, animal components, animal byproducts,
manure or manure byproducts. CB-7000 is environmentally safe,
and is not harmful to animals, plants and humans.
complies with EPA Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) and the
rules, orders and regulations promulgated there under
a) Sections 4, 5, 6 & 7; Title 40 Chapter 1, 707.20 thru
b) 40 CFR Sections 704.3. 710.2(e) and 720.3(c); and
c) Sections 5 and 13, reference 42FR64583
d) Does not contain marine
pollutants as defined in 49 CFR 171.8.
STORAGE & HANDLING
Store at normal
temperature - No special handling required.
Description: Septic Tank & RV Holding Tank Additive
Form: Liquid Concentrate
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