Sewage Irrigation





What is the usefulness or harmfulness of the outflow from septic tanks

for use an fruits and vegetables?



There is no question as to the suitability of the affluent from a septic

tank for irrigation purposes. Waste waters are sometimes injurious when

they are loaded with antiseptics, but the septic tank will not work

unless it has a chance for free fermentation in the absence of

antiseptics, therefore, this objection against waste water does not hold

with the out-flow from septic tanks. It has the advantage over straight

sewage irrigation because fermentation in the septic tank is believed to

free the water from many dangerous germs, though not all of them.





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