My Septic Is Being Clogged with White Chunks of Something?

Water started coming up from my septic so i dug it up, and opened it. To find big white hard chunks. The chunks seem to be clogging the septic. I have no idea what the chunks would be. My laundry runs on a seprate line so I dont believe it is laundry soap. I also use liquid washing detergent for my dish washer so it couldnt be that. Any one have any suggestions?
and it dont believe its grease either… i have never poured grease down my drain. I heard that it could be maybe hair dye?


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6 Responses to “My Septic Is Being Clogged with White Chunks of Something?”

  • (:♥TayLee♥:) says:

    Could be compacted toilet tissue…

  • cyn_griffin says:

    Maybe tampons or grease. Please don’t tell me you pour your grease down the drain.

  • SCOTT FREE says:

    GREASE IS A SEPTICS WORST ENEMY.

    LET ALL DRAINS DRY FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS. THEN FLOOD EVERY SINK ESPECIALLY THE KITCHEN WITH A DEGREASER.
    "PURPLE" IS BRAND NAME FOR A GOOD DEGREASER, USUALLY SOLD IN AUTO PARTS STORES. REPEAT PERIODICALLY.

  • JMD580 says:

    I agree with the above answer. It’s grease. I would try using Super Clean. It’s in a big purple bottle.

  • gotech says:

    If tampons are flushed down the toilet, that is the problem. The microbes in the septic tank won’t digest them. If tampons ARE flushed, this practice needs to stop immediately.

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