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Preparing Your Septic System for Spring: 6 Simple Tips to Save Money and Time

By joshua@sproutward.com | May 10, 2016

In the video above, Joe from Bay State Septic Pumping and Waste Disposal in Lakeville, MA gives 6 money and time-saving tips to prepare your septic system for the spring season. As Southeastern Massachusetts residents, from Taunton, Bridgewater, West Bridgewater, Dighton, Carver, and Easton to Acushnet, Carver, Easton, Berkley, and Rochester, we all know how unpredictable spring weather can be. To prepare for this rainy and muddy season, there are several steps you can take […]

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Why Your Drains and Pipes May Be Clogged and How to Fix the Issue

By joshua@sproutward.com | April 28, 2016

A clogged drain can be a real nuisance. A clogged shower drain, for example, can slow down your morning routine and make you late for work. What’s even more frustrating is that it can be difficult to get to the root of the problem. But when you have a clogged drain or pipe, not only is it important to unclog the problem but also it’s equally as important to make sure the problem doesn’t continuously […]

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Why Septic Tanks Smell When It Rains

By joshua@sproutward.com | January 21, 2016

1) Your septic tank smells when it rains because the air is heavy and does not allow the methane gases to take off through the vent. It stays low to the ground due to the atmospheric pressure and it may smell like rotten eggs. 2) After a septic pumping, it will smell like rotten eggs, also known as methane gas, which will dissipate after a half hour. 3) If the septic system smells like rotten eggs in the […]

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How Restaurants Can Avoid Grease Trap Problems

By joshua@sproutward.com | January 8, 2016

While restaurants throughout MA and RI are unique in what they offer their customers, one commonality among these establishments is that they all rely on grease traps to keep their businesses running smoothly. Grease traps – also known as grease interceptors – are located between restaurant drain lines and sanitary sewer lines and help to separate and collect fats, oils, and greases from used water. These traps help to prevent unwanted materials from entering the […]

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Bay State Septic Pumping, Title V and Septic System Repair Debuts New Facility and Website

By joshua@sproutward.com | December 9, 2015

Bay State Sewage Disposal debuts its new Lakeville, MA headquarters and launches a new website As published in the December Middleboro, MA Chamber of Commerce newsletter, Bay State Sewage Disposal is excited to debut our new state-of-the-art septic system service and waste disposal Lakeville, MA headquarters and the launch of our new website www.baystatesewage.com. We have a 30 +year history serving our neighbors, friends and family in Plymouth and Bristol Counties from Middleboro, Berkley, Dighton, Taunton, Rehoboth, Freetown, […]

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