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Septic tank pumping is the most important part of maintaining a septic system. Regular septic tank pumping can help households who rely on the efficient operation of their septic system, especially in rural areas where it is the most common form of waste water treatment system in use. Although the septic system is designed to largely be a stand-alone system, it requires occasional septic tank pumping to remain effective. This is accomplished in the septic tank where waste enters through an inlet pipe from the home. Within the tank, solids settle to the bottom to form sludge while lighter wastes floats on top of the liquid in the scum layer.