Clear Flow Environmental
820 West Landstreet Rd Orlando, FL 32824 US
Phone: 407-982-7755 Website:


Septic Tank Pumping in Orlando

If your drains won't go, Call Clear Flow!


​​Clear Flow Environmental  

The Septic System Experts

Drain field

Septic tank 

How the Septic system works

  • Free Septic evaluations

  • Septic tank pumping

  • Septic Lid and Riser replacements

  • High pressure line jetting

  • Septic tank installations 

  • Septic enzyme treatment

  • Drain Field Installations

  • Lift station maintenance 

  • Drain cleaning 

  • Real estate inspections

  • City sewer tie in 

  • Grease trap pumping 

  • Grease F.O.G. Manifests

  • Sewer permitsSink and toilet drains

  • Shower drains and floor drains

  • Sewer drain cleaning and high-pressure water jetting

  • Sewer drain pipe repair and replacement

  • Storm drain cleaning and repair

  • Catch basin and lateral line cleaning

  • Lift station cleaning and repairs

  • Customized maintenance programs

  • Grease trap cleaning

Septic system

Septic systems are underground wastewater treatment structures, commonly used in rural areas without centralized sewer systems. They use a combination of nature and proven technology to treat wastewater from household plumbing produced by bathrooms, kitchen drains, and laundry.

A typical septic system consists of a septic tank and a drainfield, or soil absorption field.

The septic tank digests organic matter and separates floatable matter (e.g., oils and grease) and solids from the wastewater. Soil-based systems discharge the liquid (known as effluent) from the septic tank into a series of perforated pipes buried in a leach field, leaching chambers, or other special units designed to slowly release the effluent into the soil or surface water.

Alternative systems use pumps or gravity to help septic tank effluent trickle through sand, organic matter (e.g., peat and sawdust), constructed wetlands, or other media to remove or neutralize pollutants like disease-causing pathogens, nitrogen, phosphorus, and other contaminants. Some alternative systems are designed to evaporate wastewater or disinfect it before it is discharged to the soil or surface waters.