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Old 08-12-2012, 04:46 PM   #121
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Originally Posted by adam_c_eckhardt View Post
I cleared some brush where the septic leach field is going .....
If you are going to have an aerated septic tank I would provide for an alternative means of aeration before you install it. I found that the motors to the aerators, when installed inside the tank, only last about 2 years and they are expensive (and disgusting) to replace. I rigged up a large aquarium pump and placed it in my basement and ran tubing to the tank. It has been working great for 16 years now.
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