Algoma Bio-Septic has been assisting residential and commercial customers across the Northshore with their septic needs since 2009 specializing in new septic system installations and tank cleaning. With over 25 years experience in the business we care about the quality of our work and the satisfaction of our customers.
Properly maintaining your septic system is essential for the longevity of your system. On average systems last between 25 to 30 years and we recommend having your tank pumped every 2-3 years to ensure solids are breaking down properly and do not end up clogging your leaching bed which could result in costly repairs.
Keeping your septic tank cleaned is important to the longevity of your septic system and can save you from needing costly repairs in the future. Regular maintenance will ensure that your system will continue to operate efficiently for may years to come. Even if you're not experiencing issues with your septic system we still recommend having your tank cleaned regularly. This prevents solids from building up in your tank and flowing into your filter bed system causing lines to clog and obstruct liquids from draining freely.
ABT has developed proprietary technology which allows us to operate a unique composite facility that converts waste material into high-nutrient amended soil for resale.
Upcoming event? We got you covered. ABT carries a variety of portable toilet rentals to accommodate your event. Units will arrive cleaned, stocked and will be serviced as per the rental agreement that best suits your needs.
In 2017 Algoma Bio-Septic Technologies secured our first government capital funded tender for Mississauga First Nation. This $966,000 project required decommissioning of their existing landfill and new construction of a waste and recycling transfer station in Blind River, Ontario. ABT was required to excavate and move large quantities of material as well as transport hazardous waste materials. See video for additional footage on the project transformation.
This 2.5 million dollar new road construction business lot development in Whitefish, Ontario included the installation of water main and sewers and was capital funded by government tender. This project began in the fall of 2018 completed in summer of 2019.