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Hydro-Action for Homeowners

An Ecologically Conscious Home Septic System
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Homeowners are the key to stopping septic pollution

The first step toward saving our waters starts with you. We can’t wish away Long Island’s nitrogen pollution caused by archaic home septic systems. Saving our waters takes action, and homeowners like you must lead the way to green home septic treatment. This is about protecting our kids, and the future of Long Island as a safe and healthy home. Hydro-Action home septic treatment systems deliver the protection we all need, and Wastewater Works, Inc. is ready to deliver.

Every Flush Counts

Just because something becomes out of sight does not mean it should become out of mind. Every time you flush your toilet, take a shower or run your sink that water goes somewhere and where it goes should be of concern to you. Aside from contaminating your property, there are direct costs to sending home sewage underground. The greatest of these is ongoing conventional septic tank pump outs. Due to the high cost of pumping and disposing of home sewage, many homeowners never do pump their tanks. Ultimately, this will result in your drain fields becoming blocked causing a sewage backup in your home.

Our Waters Are Our Treasure

Our Waters Are Our Treasure

On the east end, our waters are the basis of our tourist economy. Visitors come here for boating, fishing, and the beautiful beaches. If septic pollution continues to grow, with algae blooms, fish kills, and the like, our economy and our quality of life will be ruined. We need to act now to end septic tank pollution and give our kids a chance to enjoy the same life we value. Replacing your antiquated traditional home septic system with a green Hydro-Action system is a vote for Long Island and your kids.
The Signs of Water Pollution are Plain to See

The Signs of Water Pollution are Plain to See

Still not sure that modernizing your home septic system is important? Fish kills hardly make the news, but they make our waters untenable. Scallop and clam production are down and beach closings from red algae, blue green algae, and the brown tide have become regular. In recent weeks, resident’s dogs have died from drinking polluted water from our ponds. This can not continue, and we need your help. We need to change how we handle our septic effluent, and we need to do so now. Wastewater Works, Inc. and Hydro-Action home septic systems are the answer to traditional septic system toxicity.

Pumping Septic Systems is a Costly Necessity

Are you ready to have your traditional home septic system pumped several times per year because of improper long-term care? This summer, one Hampton’s home spent $1,500 per week in septic tank pumping due to this kind of blockage. Do your wallet and your neighbors a big favor – end your home septic pollution and go “green” with Wastewater Works, Inc. and Hydro-Action today!

Your Property Value Hangs in the Balance

Not convinced? Don’t wait until your property values plummet because the ground under your feet is contaminated. At some point, you may want to sell your home and retire. Unfortunately, those homeowners who did not update their septic systems may be forced to upgrade their archaic systems at the time of sale. It makes sense that your property value will rise with an ecologically conscious home septic system… one from Wastewater Works, Inc. and Hydro-Action.