Our absorption stone- pipe trench systems mostly 10"-18"
depth by 80' - 100' with generally 3 to 7 lines. With a 48" or deeper perimeter draintile to an outlet. The average life
of this system is 20 years.
These are permitted in Allen County only for the very small existing home lots. This system is generally
the last resort. They are expensive to install and require maintenance from a certified maintenance provider yearly.
Immediately following are informational videos pertaining
to septic systems.
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This is a new system to the Fort Wayne area. The system
is commonly made up of three special 10" pipes 90'-100' long by 13' - 16' wide. It may go above ground like a mound system
for those "bad soil" areas or in the ground commonly 4"- 12"
Systems with pre-treatment. Solely used for small lots of existing homes. This system requires a smaller
footprint by using 1/2" tubing in 6" deep trenches along the contour. The pre-treatment would be a Puraflo Peat module or
an Aerobic treatment unit after the septic tank.
DRIP IRRIGATION SYSTEM
A sand mound luered with dirt generally 30' wide by 110'
long. Generally requires a perimeter tile 36" depth to outlet. The average life of this system is 20 years.