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Pipe

An obsolete unit of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.
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The backside of this is however that the pressure wears the pipes down and increase both the risk of leaks and maintenance cost, the new system could be used keep the water less pressurized and if needed the pressure could be increase at a certain spot.
It's when you turn the camera on him that he pipes down. He's totally out of control.
First, get a bulldozer and run a single-blade width cut along the elevation of the "canyon" about 10 feet above the creek "bottom." At one end of the cut, widen it out to supply a flat area to build the house on (putting the septic there, too), and run the drainfield pipes down the cut and back, buried three feet deep.