MELBOURNE, Fla., April 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to the devastating and alarming pollution and Fishkill in central Florida specifically, a new product from Community Plans and Products, A Community Champions Company, is being released for use by the public and available for purchase from Community Plans and Products (CPP). In addition to being made available to the public, Community Champions and CPP are also working to coordinate with government agencies to donate approximately five metrics tons of their product to help treat areas in Brevard County most affected by a situation some are calling a disaster.
Here are two recent reports that corroborate the aforementioned data:
Fish kill in Florida: 'Heartbreaking images' seen for miles
Massive fish kill makes Florida water emergency difficult to ignore
CPP offers two forms of this product for residential and commercial use. It is an all-natural, environmentally friendly product that will clean a septic system and combat harmful waste runoff that can contain high levels of dangerous compounds.
Septic Shield reportedly keeps the septic tank liquid and the drain field clear. It also helps break down dangerous waste and high levels of contaminants in the run-off which are reportedly seeping into the water table, soil, and finally into plants used for food. Canals, lakes, rivers, and bays are also affected, which are reportedly harming and killing fish and marine life and destroying ecosystems. Besides the positive environmental impact of using Septic Shield, it is also effective for septic system maintenance. It helps mitigate maintenance requirements such as pumping the tank regularly, which is common with other septic systems.
To learn more, call CPP at (877) 225-9049 or visit CPP on the web here: WWW.COMMUNITYHOMEPLANS.COM
About Community Plans and Products:
Community Plans and Products business is providing Protection Plans to people across the country who want the peace of mind to know they will never pay outrageous repair rates again or have to worry about broken appliances, septic systems, and electronics. They regularly partner with nonprofit organizations, charities, governments, and other companies across the country.
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