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Septic Tank Parts Company TGWasteWater Announces the Launch of its Redesigned Website

The Site is Now More Streamlined than Ever and Features Even Faster Order Processing

ALEDO, Texas, Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- TGWasteWater, an ecommerce business that features a wide variety of septic tank parts at affordable prices, has just launched its completely redesigned website. Thanks to the recent updates and changes, the company's order processing is now more streamlined than ever, which will significantly reduce shipping times.

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In addition to the updated website, the septic system parts company also took a close look at the recent credit card security breach that took place at Target. As the result of the situation, TGWasteWater has taken steps to further improve its already-safe security system.

These recent changes mean that when customers visit TGWasteWater looking for aerobic septic system parts, pumps, risers and more, they can rest assured that their credit card number will remain secure, and that their septic aerator or other parts will be headed their way as soon as possible.

Since the day TGWasteWater opened for business over 10 years ago, they have strived to offer the best selection of septic system parts. The founders of the ecommerce website understand that septic systems are made up of a variety of parts, all of which can break down over time. Rather than hiring a repair person to come out and fix the system, TGWasteWater wants to give people the chance to purchase the needed parts on their own and do the often-simple repair themselves. In addition to saving people a lot of money, this will also help them avoid fly-by-night septic repair people who the founders say have been known to drastically overcharge customers for septic system parts.

"At TG Wastewater our goal is to become the leader in online sales of septic tank parts and supplies," an article on the newly redesigned website noted, adding that they offer the most competitive prices online.

"Before we put any of our septic supplies online we search all our competitors to make sure we can beat the lowest price currently available for that product. If we can't beat the lowest price available online for a septic system part we don't put it online."

The website also offers thorough descriptions of every part that it sells; this helps customers determine which septic tank part they should order. For example, the description that accompanies the Hiblow HP 80 aerator pump notes that it is a compatible replacement for the Gast SPP-80, Thomas 5078 and 5080, and many other 80 LPM air pumps.

Anybody who would like to learn more about TGWasteWater is welcome to visit the newly redesigned site; there, they can read about the company and browse through the selection of septic tank parts.

About TGWasteWater:

TGWasteWater is an ecommerce site that lets people buy septic tank parts online. They stock a wide selection of everything from pumps and aerators to risers and float switches. The company, which has been in business for over 10 years, prides itself on its outstanding customer service.  For more information, please visit http://tgwastewater.com/

Media Contact: Daniel Bryant, TGWasteWater, 8174418560, [email protected]

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