septic system


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septic system

An on-site system for the disposal of wastewater.

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The life-span of a septic system is generally 25 years, but septic systems are vulnerable to early failure if they are not regularly inspected and pumped, and properly maintained.
When homeowners protect their septic systems, it's good for their health, their neighbors' health, and their pocketbooks," maintains Ken Kopocis, deputy assistant administrator in the Office of Water.
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Before 1990, the inspection and approval of septic systems with a capacity of less than 10,000 litres per day fell under the jurisdiction of local municipalities and their health units.
David DuVernay, Rindge code enforcement officer and assessing clerk, had filed to claim the two septic systems on his property as pollution control devices.
The Flowtech septic system bundle consists of a 4-inch diameter corrugated high-density polyethylene pipe surrounded by an engineered geo-synthetic aggregate that is held in place by a polystyrene net and geotextile combination.
Annual malfunction rate is the number of new malfunctioning septic systems divided by the total number of septic systems in the study area during a 12-month period.
Again, the additional cost of the PG is easily justified when compared to the cost of replacing a poisoned water supply or failed septic system.
A legislator in Maine has come out of the water closet with an idea to limit sprawl: tax every toilet connected to a new septic system installed after Jan.
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WALDPORT - The state has levied a $105,000 fine against a popular RV and fishing resort on the Alsea River, saying sewage from the resort's decrepit septic system had been seeping onto the surface of the ground and possibly into the river.