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On average, septic tanks should be pumped every 1 to 2 years. However, the frequency may vary depending on factors like household size, water usage, and tank size.

Signs include slow drainage, sewage backups, foul odours, lush grass or vegetation near the drain field, and gurgling sounds in plumbing fixtures.

It is recommended to hire professionals for septic tank pumping. They have the expertise, equipment, and knowledge to ensure proper and safe pumping. 

The waste is transported to authorized locations for proper and disposal in accordance with Water Shed Authority

The duration can vary based on factors like tank size, accessibility, and the amount of accumulated waste.

It is not essential to be home, but it can be helpful for addressing any questions or concerns and ensuring access to the septic system.

It’s advisable to keep the area around the septic tank clear, inform the service provider about the tank’s location, and uncover any access points.

With proper care and equipment, septic tank pumping should not cause any significant damage. Experienced technicians take precautions to minimize any impact.

No, regular pumping is necessary for proper maintenance. However, using septic system additives or treatments can help enhance its efficiency.

Use water efficiently, avoid flushing non-biodegradable items, have regular inspections and maintenance, and follow proper disposal practices to keep your septic system in good condition.