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Can a Septic Tank Fill Up with Rainwater?
Can a Septic Tank Fill Up with Rainwater?

Your septic tank is designed to send partially filtered wastewater out of the tank and into the drain field, where it will continue to filter through sand and dirt. That means that any solids remain inside of the tank while the water goes into the ground. But what happens ...

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    Your septic tank is designed to send partially filtered wastewater out of the tank and into the drain field, where it will continue to filter through sand and dirt. That means that any solids remain ...

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