Joshua D Boyd
jdboyd at cs.millersville.edu
Wed Jul 31 10:10:54 CDT 2002
On Wed, Jul 31, 2002 at 10:04:59AM -0500, Steven Hill wrote:
> > They are right to be nervous. Leach fields are sensitive things and
> > expensive to replace. Autos are considered to be way to much pressure for a
> > leach field.
> leach field?
For people without public sewage, they need their own method of
dealing with the waste the produce. Usually this means it goes to a
septic tank, where bacteria breaks the solids down, and then the
liquid flows out to a leach field that slowly drains the waste into
the ground. Pretty slick, except for when it breaks.
Joshua D. Boyd
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