Septic Saver Pods


Imagine coming home and seeing puddles of raw sewage in your front lawn. That could become a reality if you don’t maintain your septic system! By using Green Gobbler, you can protect your home. Simply drop one of these handy pods in your downstairs toilet once a month to avoid sewage backup and eliminate harsh odors.

Its easy to maintain a healthy septic system with Septic Saver Pods. By dropping one pod in your toilet once a month, you can avoid potentially disastrous sewage problems, including significant property damage. It’s that easy.

Septic Saver Pods contain bacteria that create enzymes helping to break down organic materials and other solids upon contact. The pacs will also neutralize the harmful effects of bleach, detergents and other chemical drain openers.

Help prevent foul odors, potential backups and devastating septic issues right from the start. Get your 6-month supply of easy-to-use Septic Saver Pods today.

  • Digests grease, fats, oils, sludge, paper and organic matter
  • Controls septic odors and helps prevent septic backups
  • Each pouch is a 6-month supply of pre-measured pods
  • Safe on all septic systems, pipes and plumbing systems
  • Neutralizes the effects of detergents, bleach and other chemical agents
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Traditional Use: Drop one Septic Saver Enzyme Pac into your downstairs toilet and flush once a month. That’s all.

What are the ingredients in Septic Saver Enzyme Pacs?

Septic Saver Enzyme Pacs is a wheat-bran based powder containing dye and naturally occurring viable bacterial cultures.

Does Septic Saver Enzyme Pacs contain sodium hydroxide?

No. It doesn’t.

What will Septic Saver Enzyme Pacs work on?

The Septic Saver Enzyme Pacs is designed to breakdown the waste in the septic tank. It will prevent having backups in your toilet. If you have a toilet that drains into the sewer, this products would not help prevent backups.

Is Septic Saver Enzyme Pacs safe for all types of pipes and drain systems?

Yes. It won’t harm or affect the pipes in any negative way.

Can the Septic Saver Enzyme Pacs be used with a Sump Pump or in a Cesspool?


Can Septic Saver Enzyme Pacs be used with an aeration system?

Yes. It will perform with an aeration system.

I have more than one toilet. Would I use a Septic Saver Enzyme packet in each of the toilets every month?

If you’re using for the septic tank then you only flush 1 pod down 1 toilet each month. If you also want to use it for maintenance in your main drain lines and toilets then yes, use 1 per toilet each month.

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