Published 1957 in [Washington] .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Other titles||Septic-tank practice|
|Series||U.S. Public Health Service. Publication no. 526|
|LC Classifications||TD778 U65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||85|
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Other Titles: Septic-tank practice: Responsibility: Developed in cooperation with the Joint Committee on Rural Sanitation. This manual is a revision of PHS Publication No. Manual o/ Septic Tank Practice, issued inand reprinted in with Addendums on "Serial Distribution Systems" and "Seepage Beds." The updating reflects changing trends in the problems of individual sewage disposal systems and includes new information in this field.
This manual is a revision of PHS Publication No. Manual of Septic Tank Practice, issued inand reprinted in with Addendums on "Serial Distribution Systems" and "Seepage Beds," The updating reflects changing trends in the problems of individual sewage disposal systems and includes new information in this field.
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The only recognized absorption area was disposal trenches.