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Can you use the silver care with a septic system?

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I asked this question to Samsung support and got the following reply:

Thank you for your interest in Samsung products! Your inquiry is very important to us and I will be more than
happy to answer your question.
Silver Care is permitted for non commercial residential use only, due to the bacteria in the septic system. It is
safe to use in septic systems for residential use only.
For more information on Samsung products, visit our website at www.samsung.com or call 1-800-SAMSUNG
(1-800-7267864) for further assistance.
Thank you for contacting Samsung Email Support

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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The silver ions that are emitted into the water kills bacteria. Bacteria is needed within your septic tank to breakdown the organic waste.
So, in my opinion, Samsung's units with SIlver Care should not be used in a home that has a septic system. At least not until Samsung comes up with a way were the owner can permanently remove the Silver Care bar.
In fact I've read on other internet sites that Samsung Australia recommends that home owners with septic tanks not use their Silver Care products.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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the amount of silve that it emitts is to small to matter

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