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Earthbusters

Address: 1500 1st Avenue, Laurel, MT 59044
Sales Contact: Ken Miller
Phone: 406-670-8318
Email: ken@earthbuster.com 
Website: www.earthbuster.com 

The EarthBuster uses compressed air to break up bio-mat clogged/compacted soil, restoring the natural flow of liquids. If the property owner is experiencing any signs of septic drainfield problems, the Earthbuster can help. Wet or soggy soil over your drain field? Black or dark gray ooze from the surface of your drain field? Foul odors around your drain field? Sewage backing up or overflowing into your house? Gurgling sounds coming from your drains? All of these signs of septic problems are common when your drainfield is lined with biomat and/or when it’s not getting enough subsurface oxygen. Destroyed. The EarthBuster can fix your septic drainfield problems, long-term, by de-compacting the absorption soil, breaking up the biomat, and aerating your drain field safely and quickly. This saves the lawn and landscaping from getting destroyed, which can make for a pleased customer.

NSF International

Address: 789 N. Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Sales Contact: Sharon Steiner
Phone: 734-769-8010
Email: steiner@nsf.org 
Website: www.nsf.org 

Manufacturers, regulators and consumers look to NSF International for the development of public health standards and certification programs that help protect the world’s food, water, consumer products and environment.

Accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), NSF has developed over 80 currently active voluntary American National Standards under the scope of public health, safety, environment and sustainability assessment. NSF/ANSI standards are developed through a public process that ensures balanced input from industry representatives, public health/regulatory officials and users/consumer representatives.

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