Commonwealth Waste Solutions is Urging Homeowners to get Septic Tank Treatment this Summer

Commonwealth Waste Solutions, a septic system inspection, treatment, and repair company, is urging homeowners in Chesterfield County, VA, and surrounding counties to get their septic tank treated for problems while summer is in full swing. Readers can find timing and contact information for the business by heading over to its Google My Business page at

A septic system is one of the most valuable assets of a home. It provides homeowners with the ability to dispose of wastewater in an eco-friendly manner, and it prevents groundwater contamination and soil erosion. However, like any other machine or appliance, the septic tank needs regular maintenance to keep working at its best.

The Commonwealth Waste Solutions team recommends that homeowners get their septic tank pumped every one to three years as part of routine maintenance on the system. This will ensure that the water from the household drains is safe for disposal into the environment and will not create a health hazard in the yard or garden areas. In addition, septic tank treatment should also be done regularly to boost the bacteria in the tank so that the waste in the tank is broken down more effectively. As a result, the tank works more efficiently and its life is extended.

Commonwealth Waste Solutions recommends and uses biological additives for septic tank treatment. These additives consist of extracellular enzymes and bacteria that promote a healthy bacterial ecosystem, are harmless to local groundwater, and help to maintain an effective drain field. The enzymes introduced in the tank break down fibers, scum, and other solid wastes that natural bacteria may not be as efficient in breaking down. The company prides itself on its use of Bio-Clean, a blend of bacteria and enzymes that is used for treating septic systems. The company is also an authorized distributor of the product. Readers can read the company’s reviews and find their contact information by heading over to its Yelp page at

The bacteria in Bio-Clean are natural and not genetically engineered like its competing septic treatment products. The enzyme concentration of the solution is also one of the highest out of all the options currently on offer on the market. The solution is non-poisonous. It does not create any heat, fumes, or boiling conditions. It does not attack live tissue and inorganic materials. It only goes after organic waste like grease, hair, food particles, paper, cotton, and sewage. It is this property of the solution that makes it safe for people, plumbing, and the environment. The solution works by converting the waste particles into water, carbon dioxide, and mineral ash. All of the end products flush out harmlessly out of the waste system. In fact, the generated organic material is nutritious for the plants as it is can be easily digested and assimilated by them.

Another advantage of using Bio-Clean is that it works fast. Within an hour of pouring the bacteria, it starts eating away at the waste accumulated on the sides and the top of the drain pipe. It can be used on all drain and sewer pipes including kitchen sinks, lavatories, bathtubs, showers, floor drains, laundry drains, septic tanks and drain fields, garbage disposal odors, grease traps, sewage ejector sumps, outdoor outhouses and cesspools, R.V., and boat holding tanks, lift stations, and cat little boxes, just to name a few.

The founder of the company and one of its most dedicated technicians, Jason Muzzy, talks about the company’s services by saying, “We hardly give the septic tank of the home any importance. It is one of the messy parts of the house that we are glad to keep hidden away, invisible from our day-to-day life. However, this lackadaisical attitude towards its upkeep can mean that when problems occur, they are not just a minor inconvenience, but show stoppers that can make it hard to perform everyday functions in the house. We always recommend homeowners that they should get their septic tank pumped at least once every three years. A good practice to follow is to maintain a home maintenance journal that allows homeowners to track how often they are performing routine tasks on different parts of the house.”

The company can be contacted at the phone number (804) 895-6355 or using a contact request form on its website. Readers can watch reviews of the company’s service by heading to the Youtube playlist at


For more information about Commonwealth Waste Solutions, contact the company here:

Commonwealth Waste Solutions
Jason Muzzy
(804) 895-6355
Commonwealth Waste Solutions
9201 Cattail Rd
Chesterfield, VA 23838