Advice from the sewer
Hey there, I heard there was some confusion about what you're supposed to do to maintain a healthy septic system. So I figured I'd stop what I was doing down here, come up for a breath of fresh air and chat for a bit.
First off, let me tell you a little about myself. I'm Dennis Hubbs owner of Hubbs Septic service located just south of Oneida lake in upstate New York. I am a second generation septic man following in the footsteps of my father Dean Hubbs. I started working in the industry when I was five years old. I used to love riding around with dad in the old hunnywagon and dragging hoses for him. I worked side by side with him until his passing in 1997. In those 30+ years I learned a few things. I've been certified by Delhi College and also participated in NOWRA seminars. Some of my extensive knowledge is what I'd like to share with you in the following pages. It is my hope that through my advice, you can benefit by providing a healthy and clean environment for your family and neighborhood.
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Coming Soon... Care & Maintenance:
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Coming Soon... Articles:
This is where I've posted some of the articles and blog posts I've written through the years.
Coming Soon... Video page:
Videos on septic safety and other interesting septic related topics.
Coming Soon... Septic FAQ:
The questions I hear most often in the field.