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Kothrade Sewer, Water & Excavating is always striving to stay current with both accreditation and industry knowledge. Team Kothrade recently attended Minnesota Onsite Wastewater Association’s (MOWA) 2016 Conference.
We have had such a beautiful fall- it’s hard to think winter is just around the corner! Here are 5 tips to get your septic system ready for winter: http://www.pca.state.mn.us/index.php/about-mpca/mpca-news/featured-stories/time-to-get-your-septic-system-ready-for-winter.html Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or … Continue reading
We were provided with these great pictures from an equally great customer and had to share them! We recently installed this new pressurized mound septic system in Medina. Properties need new septic systems for different reasons. How do I know … Continue reading
It’s National SepticSmart Week! “Proper care and maintenance of your septic system is critical to ensuring your system’s proper function. In addition to proper care, there are other common activities that we should be mindful of in our daily lives.” … Continue reading
The EPA has launched this national program to promote proper septic system care and maintenance by homeowners. Nearly one in four households in the U.S. depends on an individual septic system to treat their wastewater. With proper use and maintenance, … Continue reading
If it goes into your septic system- it is highly encouraged that you reroute your water softener and iron filter recharge water out of the system. Both can cause negative effects on the soil treatment area; potentially reducing the life … Continue reading
Over time septic tank lids may become damaged, weak or out of place. It is a good idea to periodically check them to ensure structural integrity and that they are securely fastened. There are several incidents every year involving people … Continue reading
Many of the pumping or service calls that we go to we find septic ‘no-nos’ in the tank. These ‘no-nos’ will cause septic issues by piling up and creating a clog between the house and tank, getting caught up in … Continue reading