Monthly Archives: June 2015

The bacteria you need for your plumbing

Look at your septic system this way, it is the same as a large wastewater treatment plant in Crawfordsville, Greencastle, Plainfield, Brownsburg or Avon. It’s just a smaller version.


From time to time, the Indiana Legislature is lobbied to regulate your home septic system under the same guidelines as the larger systems in the town you live near. Of course, Justin Dorsey Plumbing doesn’t condone this approach, but it is important to consider your septic system as a crucial element for the health and safety of you, your family, and your neighbors.

Your septic tank operates with a flora of bacteria that breakdown the solid organics, as well as the oily ones. But, did you know that many household chemicals and detergents destroy that helpful bacteria? Take something as harmless sounding as anti-bacterial soap. It’s good for you (not necessary, though), but not for your septic tank.

Enter BioOne, a patented concoction that:

  • Replaces the friendly bacteria in your mini-wastewater treatment plant.
  • Eliminates organic buildup in your pipes and the odor from the residue.
  • Will maintain a free-flowing system and remedy a sluggish one with regular use.

BioOne is safe for use in all septic systems, grease traps, holding tanks, boat bilges, and all drain lines. It is 100 percent biodegradable. It is recognized by the EPA and safe for humans and pets.

Make sure you check with your technician to get your bottle of BioOne and sleep better knowing that you are helping your septic system.