Septic Tank Location and It’s Effects

A septic tank is the part of house where all the waste, either from human or from kitchen etc. gets collected before it’s flushed out of from the house.

This totally means septic tank holds negativity in it for small or even prolonged periods of time.

In addition, if this tank is located the wrong direction, then this negativity will, and definitely obstruct on the positive energy of the house making its residents go through a lot of difficulties.

Septic tank bad effects
Bad-effects of Septic Tank when constructed in Wrong Direction     

Septic tank in North direction – Monetary losses     

Septic tank in North-East (NE) direction – Business Loss, Can Affect Children Growth

Septic Tank in East direction – Name and Fame Defame

Septic tank in South-East (SE) direction – Loss of Wealth, Female Health Problems

Septic tank in South direction – Destruction, Disharmony and Death

Septic tank in South-West (SW) direction – Loss of Wealth and Life, Accidental chances to Male member in the House

Septic Tank in West direction- Lack of mental peace

If the septic tank is located in wrong directions other than its correct location as per Vaastu, then close that Septic tank and make it in its correct direction. [It should be closed under guidance of Vaastu Consultant]

Some time using Gems therapy we can remove the negativity of wrong placed Septic tank  

Correct Location of septic tank as per Vaastu


North-west is the finest and correct place for constructing septic tank as per Vaastu Shastra. It doesn’t matter whether your house is North facing either East, South or West, the septic tank must be in North-west corner of the house.

Vaastu tips for Septic Tank


Septic tank should not be above the plinth level and keep it 1 to 2 feet away from the compound wall.

Orient the tank such that the length lies in East-West axis and its breadth in North-South axis and the water out-let from East side and excretion (or solid) waste out-let from West of the tank.
Never- ever construct the septic tank in South-west direction of the house and it should never touch the compound wall or plinth of the House