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SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECT DIAGNOSE REPAIR
SEPTIC CARE INSTRUCTIONS
SEPTIC D-BOX INSPECTION
SEPTIC DRAINFIELD FAILURE DIAGNOSIS
SEPTIC DYE TEST PROCEDURE
SEPTIC FAILURE SIGNS
SEPTIC INSPECTION & TEST GUIDE
SEPTIC LIFE EXPECTANCY
SEPTIC SUPPLIES & PARTS
SEPTIC SYSTEM DESIGN ALTERNATIVES
SEPTIC SYSTEM DESIGN BASICS
SEPTIC SYSTEMS, HOME BUYERS GUIDE to
SEPTIC SYSTEM SAFETY WARNINGS
SEPTIC TREATMENTS & CHEMICALS
SEWAGE BACKUP PREVENTION
SEWAGE EJECTOR / GRINDER PUMPS
SEWER GAS ODORS
SEWER LINE REPLACEMENT
SINKHOLES, WARNING SIGNS
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
WATER SOFTENERS & CONDITIONERS
WATER SUPPLY & DRAIN PIPING
WASTEWATER TREATMENT BASICS
WATER, WELLS, WATER TANKS: TESTING GUIDE
WINTERIZE A BUILDING
Septic system drawings: Here are some sketches explaining septic system components and installations. These septic system illustrations help readers understand, identify, and possibly even locate buried onsite wastewater disposal and septic tank equipment at properties. Some of the illustrations also show why septic systems, particularly drainfields may not be working. These drawings are for educational purposes and are not engineering plans or specifications. The septic consultants who are listed at SEPTIC CONSULTANTS can provide that service for both traditional and alternative onsite waste disposal system designs. Click on the thumbnail sketches below to see each full-sized illustration. This website is provided as a non-profit public educational service - intended for on-line study.
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The color sketches below are courtesy of Purdue's Environmental Education Software Series. Educational software on diskettes is available from the Farm Building Plan Service, 1146 AGEN Building, Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN. The black and white sketches are courtesy of Carson Dunlop Associates. The illustrations are shown here for educational purposes - are all © copyright protected and may not be duplicated or reproduced in any fashion, printed or electronic, without prior written permission.
Other documents throughout our website include photographs of various septic system components, site conditions, septic test and inspection tools, etc. To suggest needed sketches or to contribute drawings to this library contact us. Our main websites are at the bottom of this page.
Also see SEPTIC SYSTEM DESIGN BASICS and SEPTIC SYSTEM DESIGN ALTERNATIVES as well as SEPTIC SYSTEM DESIGN MANUAL - Online and SEPTIC BOOKSTORE. For codes and references on septic systems see SEPTIC CODES & REFERENCES.
BASIC LAND FORMS
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Click on the thumbnail sketches below to see each full-sized illustration.
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