Not all septic drain fields are the same, but then again they are. Here are a few examples of the different design types:
1) The conventional type, consisting of a two-chambered septic tank, distribution box, stone, sand and perforated plastic piping.
2) The raised mount system type, consisting of a three-chambered septic tank; the third chamber being a pump chamber, a raised system built up on sand, distribution box, stone, sand and perforated plastic piping.
3) A specialty system, consisting of a two-chambered septic tank and an array of either drainage mats or membranes.
All these systems have one thing in common: a type of soil drainage system where once the sewage drains through 59 inches of soil, it’s considered purified.
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