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SEPTIC SYSTEMS, HOME BUYERS GUIDE to
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SOAKAWAY BED FAILURE DIAGNOSIS
SULPHUR & SEWER GAS SMELL SOURCES
TOILETS, INSPECT, INSTALL, REPAIR
TRAPS on PLUMBING FIXTURES
TREATMENTS & CHEMICALS, SEPTIC
VIDEO GUIDES: Septic Videos
WASHING MACHINES & SEPTIC SYSTEMS
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WATER, WELLS, WATER TANKS: TESTING GUIDE
WINTERIZE A BUILDING
Sewage or wastewater flow rate assumptions & specifications for septic designers: these model septic design regulations discuss sewage flow rates to be used in designing onsite wastewater treatment facilities for individual households. This document uses the New York State wastewater treatment standard for individual household septic systems (Appendix 75-A) to provide an example of state regulated design and installation of both conventional tank and leach field septic systems and alternative septic system designs, including raised septic systems, septic mound systems, intermittent sand filter septic systems, and evaportion-transpiration septic systems.
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Model source: New York State Septic Regulation Appendix 75-A.3 - Sewage flows - Effective Date: 12/01/90. The page top photo of campers at Camp Virginia (1950's) appears in our detailed discussion of OUTHOUSES & LATRINES.
The following table gives septic system design flow rates that shall be assumed by septic system designers, giving flows in gallons of wastewater per day per bedroom in the home served by a private onsite wastewater disposal system, that is, a private septic system. Different septic design flow rates are assumed depending on the modernity and efficiency or water usage rate of the plumbing fixtures in the home. --DF
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