A Family Run Business Serving Your Community Since 1978
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) February 24, 2015
Zeiter's Septics is offering a raffle in March 2015 for a complimentary septic tank cleaning. Service locations include Cook, Putnam & Will counties.
Zeiter's Complimentary Tank Cleaning Rules
Rules: One residence/household customer e-mail allowed per month. One household winner per year. Drawing will be held the first of each month, with the winner being notified via phone or e-mail This drawing is good for a free septic tank cleaning (http://www.zeitersseptics.com/free-tank-cleaning.html) up to 1500 gallons in our service area. This does not include any dig fees, and any other fees, if any that may be applicable. Zeiter's Septics has given away over $17,000.00 worth of free pumps.
Zeiters Shares BioBarrier Membrane Bioreactor Product Certifications
Zeiters products are certified to the highest national and international standards in the industry. If additional certification marks are required, please e-mail your request to sales(at)biomicrobics(dot)com.
USA and International Product Certifications
The list below is a summary of a few certifications received for the products of Bio-Microbics: • NSF/ANSI Standard 40, Class 1 Certified (BioBarrier® 0.5, 1.0, & 1.5) - NSF (National Sanitation Foundation International) tests residential wastewater treatment systems having rated capacities between 400 gallons (1514 Liters) and 1500 gallons (5678 Liters) per day. The Standard 40 includes a wide range of product evaluation methods and criteria for residential treatment septic tank cleaning (http://www.zeitersseptics.com/illinois/will-county/) systems. Most notably is the ability of the treatment system to produce an acceptable quality of effluent. This is demonstrated during a six month (26 week) test where wastewater of required strength is subjected to the system at the rated capacity of the system as evenly dosed at periods prescribed by the standard. Stress sequences are included to simulate wash day, working parent, power outage, and vacation conditions. The effluent criteria required of a Class I system is based on the U.S. EPA secondary effluent treatment requirements for municipal treatment facilities. In addition to the effluent performance, requirements also exist for product literature, including installation, operation and maintenance, and trouble shooting and repair manuals. The system must also meet minimum requirements for structural integrity, leakage, noise, electrical certification, access ports, failure sensing and signaling equipment (visual and audible alarms), flow design, data plate and service labels.
About Zeiters Septics
We have continued to evolve with the times and continue to offer entertaining ways for customers to save money on septic systems. We are open M-F from 7-4 with after hours service available.
Please check out our website for more information or give us a call.
Office hours: M-F 7-4 pm Saturday by appointment.
Zeiter’s Septics Unlimited, Inc.
After hours: 815-600-8988