We understand the importance found in taking care of your septic system. Pumping out a septic tank is often a concept that is forgotten or overlooked by owners. Erring on the side of precaution is pertinent in these matters and pumping out one's septic tank is crucial for its longevity. In rural areas where houses are spaced so far apart that a sewer system would be too expensive to install, people install their own, private sewage treatment plants. All conventional septic systems have a septic tank, which is usually a large buried rectangular or cylindrical container made of concrete. Wastewater from all plumbing fixtures drains into the septic tank. Generally, commercial septic pumping involves a pump truck removing the sludge and scum in the tank and leaving the tank empty and ready to be filled again. Heavy solids settle to the bottom where bacterial action produces digested sludge and gases. Lighter solids that float such as grease, oils and fats, rise to the top and form a scum layer. Most Households need to have their septic tank pumped every 3-5 years (see the recommended cleaning schedule) depending on how the household handles their waste. Regardless of the pumping frequency, it is important to have regular inspections done to ensure everything is working properly. Aerobic systems should be checked every 4 months to ensure the system is working properly. We offer a yearly service agreement on aerobic systems. Our Trucks are emptied at the City of Fort Worth Septic Disposal Site. We service Tarrant County, Parker County and Wise County and the entire DFW Metroplex. If you have any questions or concerns, leave it to the professionals at Precon Environmental Services. You can give us a call at 817-448-9161 to learn more information. If you are contacting us after hours, call 817-448-9718 or go to preconprecast.com. Septic Pumping in Fort Worth. Septic Cleaning in Fort Worth.