I've been considering putting in a basement bathroom which would use a
macerating toilet, probably Saniflo.
However, I read on a website that macerating toilets should never be
used with a septic system: that the chewing-up of the sewage makes it
harder for the liquids & solids to separate in the septic tank, &
increases the likelihood that solids will make it through to the
Before that, I thought it would speed the decomposition process, but
now I'm wondering.
Could anyone familiar with the physics of septic systems comment on the
use of masticating toilets with septic tanks?
Well, "masticating" is syn for "chewing". So, this post just simply
cries out for someone to make fun of it.
I think if you throw out your son's dirty magazines, you'll have a lot
less macerating in the house in any room.
Christopher A. Young
You can\'t shout down a troll.
My father in law uses one of those toliets for his basement bathroom.
He is a retired sewer plant operator and mentioned grinding speeds
It appears a good choice
Did you know the first stage in a sewer plant is the cutting room,
basically a BIG grinder?
Its a sme;lly place youred one as part of a high school trip over 30
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