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I wouldn't store any food in a septic system. You're probably better to keep food in something like a pantry or cupboard.


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Food should be kept out of the danger zone. Hot foods should be kept at 135 degrees Fahrenheit. Also, to keep food hot throughout, you should stir the food periodically.

You can put anything that would go down any system, yet you should not. A septic system is self contained and whatever goes down will either leach out, break down or clog up the system or need to be pumped out. Your septic system is a balanced environment and will work the best if: designed for the average family size occupancy, If grease is kept out, if minimal bleach and or antibiotics are kept out, the correct detergents used, also the type of products listed as septic safe will help reduce future expenditures to repair the system. Read all labels, the system will last long and work well when you realize how it all works, and perform periodic preventive maintenance. Learn where your clean out is located and keep large landscaping from the general area.

It depends on the food. But food and safety laws state dairy should be kept at 40F or below.

Which type of food should only be kept for a short period of time?"

Cold food should be kept at 40 degrees or lower. Keep hot foods hot. This will insure safe food to eat.

It depends on the type of food it is

Place old food out on a large stone in your yard and leave a food trail to it. They will follow this trail so put poison mixed in with the old food. This way they die out side your car port and septic tank. Make sure if you have pets they are kept inside.

in a cupboard out of sunlight.

That would depend on the food, "The Danger Zone is 45 to 140°F" Any cold food should be kept below 45, and hot food should be kept above 140 degrees.

so that it does not go bad

Most foods keep better if kept cold. Any kind of food that will spoil is kept in the refrigerator. Milk, cheese and meats should be kept cold.

Or refering to this question:Why should cleaning supplies not be kept in the same cabinets with foods? Because raw meat should always be kept away from any uncooked food.

You can work with food if you have HPV. Any warts should be kept covered.

It should be kept at room temperature. You can leave it in a closet and that will be fine

Refrigeration or freezing helps; or simply eating the food before it goes bad. The food should be kept out of the temperature danger zone (135°F to 40°F), which means that cold foods should be kept cold and hot foods should be kept hot.

The amount of time a potentially hazardous food is held within the temperature danger zone should kept as short as possible.

The oxygen system should be kept clean and dust-free.

Not if it should have been kept refrigerated.

Lettuce retains quality and nutrition best if kept refrigerated. Minimally processed lettuce should be treated like any other potentially hazardous food and should be kept refrigerated.

Long hair should be kept up, in a hair net.

Frozen foods should be stored at 0 degrees. That is the temperature that your freezer should be kept at.

It should be removed from the tin, placed in a storage container and kept in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.

When swallowing food it enters into your digestive system through your esophagus. Air that is taken into your system enters the windpipe. The epiglottis which is a flap located between the esophagus and windpipe covers the windpipe so that food does not enter it by mistake. This allows for food and air to stay separated in the digestive system.

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