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Dafey

Does anyone have any experience with plastic type septic tanks in the Philippines?

Is there a hardware/manufacturer store that sells them in Cebu or Leyte?

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lamoe

I Google plastic septic tanks in Cebu

Septic Tank Services

3.0 (4) · Septic system service

340 Topaz St

+63 956 816 3639

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Bonie and Jane Septic Tank Services

3.0 (10) · Septic system service

Tupas St

Open 24 hours · +63 32 261 2215

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Septic Tank Services

2.0 (1) · Septic system service

48 T Abella St

+63 32 236 9342

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Abella Septic Tank Services

No reviews · Contractor

23 A. Borres St

+63 32 255 7141

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Inca Plastic Phils, Inc.

5.0 (1) · Plastic fabrication company

NGS Building, M. J. Cuenco Ave

+63 32 233 7917

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Queen Septic Tank and Manual Services

4.7 (13) · Septic system service

Panganiban St

+63 925 503 8228

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Cebu Septic Tank Corporation

4.8 (24) · Septic system service

26 - Y, Bayabas Ext

Closed ⋅ Opens 12AM Mon · +63 922 850 1538

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P & J SEPTIC TANK HAULER AND CLEAN UP SERVICES

No reviews · Septic system service

768 - KCORMAN'S BLDG, Ma. Gochan St

+63 32 238 0209

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Cebu Atlantic Hardware Inc.

3.9 (85) · Hardware store

66-72 B. Aranas St

Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Mon · +63 32 261 4692

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P & J SEPTIC TANK HAULER AND CLEAN UP SERVICES

5.0 (2) · Septic system service

806 F B Cabahug

+63 32 238 0209

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Shine Septic Tanks Cleaning Services

4.6 (9) · Sewage disposal service

Open 24 hours · +63 2 511 0873

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Bestank (Solartech Water Heater) Cebu

No reviews · Industrial equipment supplier

President Magsaysay Street, Kasambagan

+63 32 268 0623

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SkyMan

I usually see them at CitiHardware or Home Builders.

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to_dave007
45 minutes ago, SkyMan said:

I usually see them at CitiHardware or Home Builders.

I don't think I'd want to walk on the top of a plastic septic tank that had been sitting in the sun for a few years.

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SkyMan
8 minutes ago, to_dave007 said:

I don't think I'd want to walk on the top of a plastic septic tank that had been sitting in the sun for a few years.

Check the use by date.

(it's ok, they're made in china)

I'm curious though, would these be cheaper and/or easier than the traditional cement/block style?

 

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Dafey
6 hours ago, SkyMan said:

I'm curious though, would these be cheaper and/or easier than the traditional cement/block style?

I found one online for 4000 pesos. Not sure about delivery. Also says it will digest for a family of 7

To dig a septic system 4x4 and 5 feet deep they quoted me 7K for labor. Materials come to 9-10K

I figure labor to dig a hole for the plastic on is only 2000 or less

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RogerDuMond
9 hours ago, Dafey said:

How many drums/chambers will you use?

Planning on using 2 drums. It is only a toilet for the use of three employees from 8 to 5 Monday through Saturday.

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Dafey
20 hours ago, RogerDuMond said:

We are going to install a CR on the farm for the workers and we are going to use plastic drums for the septic.

https://www.wikihow.com/Construct-a-Small-Septic-System

I've been studying the 50 gal. drum idea online and it seems very viable. we can get those blue drums for about 500 php each so a 2 drum with a drainage field sounds like what we will do. I'll make a report after install, first dump and 3 month crap fest. 

Thx guys.

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1 hour ago, Dafey said:

I've been studying the 50 gal. drum idea online and it seems very viable. we can get those blue drums for about 500 php each so a 2 drum with a drainage field sounds like what we will do. I'll make a report after install, first dump and 3 month crap fest. 

Thx guys.

What is your soil like?  we have about a foot of top soil and then limestone below that.  Our system is just a 3X3 hole in the ground, 6 feet deep and a 4X4 slab on top.  The 2 of us have been using that 10 years.  The caretakers outhouse is basically the same.  A few months ago we lifted the lid and I couldn't see all the way down but I was able to see half way or so and didn't see a pile or anything so we build block walls and put a roof and door on it.

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Dafey
8 hours ago, SkyMan said:

What is your soil like?

Dirty...

Sandy loam with a lot of rocks. Drains very well, the rain percolates through it

8 hours ago, SkyMan said:

Our system is just a 3X3 hole in the ground, 6 feet deep and a 4X4 slab on top.

Concrete blocks and a slab floor?

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SkyMan
3 minutes ago, Dafey said:

Concrete blocks and a slab floor?

Huh?

Nope, just a hole in the ground with a slab on top.

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Dafey
28 minutes ago, SkyMan said:

Huh?

Nope, just a hole in the ground with a slab on top.

Do you have a well? How far from septic hole?

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SkyMan
3 minutes ago, Dafey said:

Do you have a well? How far from septic hole?

Almost 200ft.  About the same as the well depth.

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