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Figure 10.1. Conventional On-site Septic System
Figure 10.1. Conventional On-site Septic System
Effluent leaves home through a pipe, enters a septic tank, travels through a distribution
box to a trench absorption system composed of perforated pipe.


Figure 10.2. Straight Pipe Discharge
Figure 10.2. Straight Pipe Discharge


Figure 10.3. Clear Creek Water Contaminated With Sewage
Figure 10.3. Clear Creek Water Contaminated With Sewage


Figure 10.4. Septic Tank System
Figure 10.4. Septic Tank System


Figure 10.5. Septic Tank
Figure 10.5. Septic Tank


Figure 10.6. On-site Sewage Disposal System Site Evaluation Form
Figure 10.6. On-site Sewage Disposal System Site Evaluation Form


Figure 10.7. Cross-section of an Absorption Field
Figure 10.7. Cross-section of an Absorption Field


Figure 10.8. Mound System Cutaway
Figure 10.8. Mound System Cutaway


Figure 10.9. Low Pressure On-site System
Figure 10.9. Low Pressure On-site System


Figure 10.10. Plant-rock Filter System
Figure 10.10. Plant-rock Filter System


Figure 10.11. Sludge and Scum in Multicompartment Septic Tank
Figure 10.11. Sludge and Scum in Multicompartment Septic Tank


 
 
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