What harm can sludge buildup do in a holding tank?

Does it really matter if there is a sludge layer laying in the bottom of the holding tank like there is in a septic tank?  Isn’t that the way it is supposed to work?  Yes, it is natural for a sludge layer to build up in a holding tank and a septic tank.  The same products are used in both tanks and at some points both tanks must be cleaned, unless TankTechsRx is in the tanks.  (Yes we have developed a sister version for septic tanks that works fantastic at eliminating sludge in that environment too.  It is called TankTechsRx for Septic Systems and available on this website.  Check it out.)  Sludge is heavier than water and will not drain from the tank like water. The  sludge weight in the tank can exceed the limits of the tank supports and cause the tank pipes to disconnect or the  tank to fall out.  Seriously, it happens.  We have pictures. Pathogens and odor live quite comfortably in sludge making the RV experience more like visiting an outhouse on wheels.  Sludge has no place in the RV adventure so the smart thing to do is get rid of it.

The difference between TankTechsRx and other tank treatments is TankTechsRx is NOT a chemical or digester.  It is a consumer.  In order to live and multiply it consumes sludge and odor by converting it to energy leaving only water and some beneficial antioxidants.  How does eliminating sludge benefit the RV holding tank and the RV experience?  It lightens the tank load and belly sagging, eliminates the odor, dumps faster and cleaner and does not require flushing.  Why haul sludge when it is so easy to get rid of?  Just add TankTechsRx per the bottle instructions and let it do all the work for you.