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Introducing our new RIGID K-45 Drain Cleaner & K-60 Sewerline Snake!.

The Rigid K-45 is a lightweight, easy to handle, electric drain cleaner that makes cleaning sinks, showers and floor drains easy and affordable.
The Rigid K-60 is a compact and versatile sewerline cleaning tool that can handle nearly any blockage including roots, solids, grease and non potable sanitary products.

Distributor for Heat-line Freeze Protection Systems®.

S&B Enterprises is now selling Heat-line Freeze Protection Systems®
Prevent your water line from freezing.
Both Contractor & Homeowner sales.
Installations available.

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S&B Enterprises is now the northern distributor
for Fast Water Sewage Wastewater Treatment Systems.

  Enviro-Septic® Systems.

Sales & Shipping out of Burns Lake B.C.

Enviro-Septic Pipe Leaching Systems
Guaranteed for 20 years, Enviro-Septic® Systems are extremely durable, easy to install, modular pipe systems designed for the clean, efficient dispersal of wastewater. Sleeves, referred to as couplings, connect the pipe sections together. No special tools are required for installation.

Enviro-Septic is manufactured in 10 foot lengths, but may easily be cut to any length with a sharp knife in order to work around site limitations or obstacles. It can also be bent up to 90 degrees allowing a variety of useful system shapes such as curved, trapezoidal, L, S, or U-shaped. Enviro-Septic's flexibility allows for more pleasing landscaping possibilities as pipe sections can be installed to match terrain, even sloping sites, reducing the amount of fill required and eliminating unsightly septic mounds. Pipe sections, couplings, end caps and offset adaptors are all available separately. Enviro-Septic Printable Color Brochure.


Type of Installations

The Enviro-Septic system can be used for all these types of installation:

• Classic leaching field • Modified leaching field • Above-ground sand filter • Classic sand filter • Disposal field

The pipes have a 30 centimeter diameter and are 3 meters long. Their interior volume can receive up to 220 liters of wastewater.


Enviro-Septic® pipe is designed to be surrounded with just 6" of common sand. It doesn't require expensive, labor intensive crushed stone. Should adverse circumstances cause system failure, Enviro-Septic® sections can be repaired in place without costly system removal and replacement. Enviro-Septic® requires a smaller area than conventional leaching systems and offers a number of installation options.


Enviro-Septic® pipe is made from 3 unique component layers:
  1. A cylinder-shaped pipe, made out of high density polyethylene, with a corrugated design proven to increase the surface of thermal exchange. The pipe is also perforated to let the effluent out. Each of the outer wall ridges is notched, creating a unique airflow system essential to the propagation of the bacteria responsible for the treatment of wastewater.
  2. A non-braided polypropylene fiber membrane covers the pipe and facilitates an oxygen supply supporting the biomass.
  3. A non-woven, polypropylene geotextile canvas, sewn around the fibrous membrane, keeps the earth particles from migrating into the pipe.

Simple-Septic™ Leaching System (For Use With Aerobic Treatment Systems)
Recommended for aerobic septic treatment systems. Simple-Septic is similar to Enviro-Septic in form and function except it does not include the mat of coarse polypropylene plastic fibers. Simple-Septic is designed to be a less expensive alternative to other available leaching systems. Simple-Septic™ facilitates the dispersal of wastewater from an aerobic treatment tank, ensuring the water stays as clean as if it came from a public swimming area.

Enviro-Septic™ Septic Treatment (For Use With Standard Septic Tanks)
Enviro-Septic is well suited to areas with high water tables or near shore front property. The layers of fibers and fabric provide a greater bacterial surface area which is much more efficient at breaking down materials in the effluent. Unlike other leach systems, effluent that enters Enviro-Septic does not directly contact the underlying soil. Instead materials present in the effluent are contained and treated inside the Enviro-Septic pipe, reducing the potential for contamination of soil and groundwater. The system allows the drainage of wastewater into the ground using an infiltration process. By protecting the infiltration surface, it helps protect the environment. Their unique internal design treats wastewater, protecting drainage fields and the water table.

Operating Principles
When they leave a septic tank, the effluents contain suspended material, neutral-solubility fats, as well as other pollutants. The presence of these elements end up causing the clogging of classic leaching fields. The Enviro-Septic™ system facilitates the treatment of pollutants by using the natural contribution of bacteria in a more efficient way. The cooling of the effluents into the pipes and the bacterial activity around the membranes allow for the breaking up of suspended material that went through the septic tank. The combination of air flow and liquid level variations (day/night) into the pipe increase the effectiveness of bacterial activity in the membranes. Over time, these events lead the system to an interior balance, prolonging the lifespan of the pipes and allowing the system to treat the wastewater before it is evacuated into the environment.

Detailed Four Stage Process

1/ As the effluent enters the Enviro-Septic™ pipe, it is cooled down to ground temperature. The ridges and oblique notches facilitate the process while providing an increased surface for thermal exchange when compared to classic systems. The system acts in a way that could resemble that of an underground radiator. The cooling down then promotes the separation of fats and suspended material.The lighter solid particles float up to the surface as scum and the heavier ones sink to the bottom of the pipe to form sludge. These solids are held inside the pipe to prevent the clogging of the reception surface of the soil.
2/ The effluent then leaves the pipe through its perforations. They then work their way through the fiber membrane where bacteria has settled to treat an additional amount of suspended solids. The fiber membrane is conditioned by the variation of the liquid level inside the pipe, caused by the peak periods of water use. This aerobic/anaerobic conditioning promotes the propagation of bacteria responsible for the treatment process. This process is similar to the rotting of a wood picket fence. The rotting always starts at ground level where the humidity level change daily and where the bacteria is most active.
3/ The effluent then move through the geotextile membrane, where another layer of bacteria is formed on the inner surface. By capillary action, the geotextile membrane and the surrounding sand gather and distribute the effluents on the pipe circumference, which then facilitates the evacuation of water into the ground. This process can be compared to an oil lamp wick which automatically fuels the lighted tip.
4/ The treatment continues as the effluent seeps through the filtering sand surrounding the Enviro-Septic™ pipe. When the water finally reaches the soil, it is almost completely free of contaminants. It then infiltrates the soil much more easily as it is evacuated into the environment.

Enviro-Septic® Modular Pipe Systems:

  • cost less

  • last longer

  • require less area

  • install more quickly
  • use recycled plastics

  • assist natural processes

  • adjust easily to sites and slopes

  • use common sand instead of crushed stone.

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