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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by AWJ Services, Jun 3, 2010.
Whats the problem here.
Looks like a clog in a septic system, thus not allowing the tank to empty?
Somebody has a bad case of the stomach flu.
Is someone stuck up Sh*t Creek without a paddle?
Oh yeah and theres not a sign or lable saying "non potable water"
Looks to me like the brown trout are spawning...
if it's a septic tank, and it's the out flow to the field, there's no baffle to keep the solids out, if it's the in flow pipe, no tee with a pipe down to the bottom minus 4" and a pipe to the top minus 1".
If it's not a septic tank, then it's BP"s fault.
Here is a pic of my new employee.
The second pic is a 14400 volt line I cut.
The Methane gas has deteriorated the concrete baffle allowing solids an easy exit.
This is the solution to the methane gas.
I hate Holly Bushes.