Why do septic systems fail? Public Deposited

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  • In a properly operating septic system, the solid material in the sewage is settled out in a septic tank and stored until removal by pumping. The effluent from the tank is still sewage. It has a strong odor and is high in disease causing organisms. This effluent is treated and absorbed in a soil absorption (or leach) field.
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