AffiliationSoil, Water & Enviromental Science
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AbstractThe conventional on-site household wastewater treatment system is known as the septic tank and absorption (leach) field. Local soil conditions; type, depth, texture and permeability all contribute to how well wastewater is treated as it moves toward groundwater. Soil conditions in parts of Arizona are not suitable for absorption fields, so alternative disposal systems are necessary. This article provides information on alternative disposal systems, the septic tank-mound system, and includes the description of the system, its background, where it should be used, and the cost and time consideration.
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Publication AZ1010
CollectionsFarm Management and Safety
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