Leech field prevention of bio mat growth?
I know the best defense against the bio mat is preventing the solids from getting far. I'm just trying to be pro active. I'm getting a new infiltrator field Tuesday morning and was wondering if anything lasting could be done to help prevent the bio mat from growing.
I really have no idea what would work with a lasting affect or if it's even worth worrying about. I was just reading the below post and heard of bio mat growth.
So if bio mat grows what could I use to make the environment down there non habitable? Salt, chlorine, change the pH? It would have to be something lasting to work. Leach field failed.....again!