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Old 08-18-2012, 05:55 PM   #1
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Home Septic Dump Conection Part II

So I listened to everyone's ideas and decided today was the day. I already had most of the 3 inch connections, I just needed some 10 ft sections of pipe, and I wanted a box to protect the access pipe, so off to home depot.


First I dug the trench, Then I added the Box





Then I drilled through the concrete block and added a section of pipe






Then I ran the pipe from the inlet to the wall
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Went down stairs and started to connect to the old cleanout.


inside finished product
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outside finished, soaked the ground so everything is muddy.



Rhino adapter fits nice and snug.
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I did almost the same thing except I went directly to one of the knockouts in my septic tank with the pipe and just poured a small concrete 2' square in a frame made from 2x4s around the threaded cap. I really like the grate you have to cover yours and wish I had known a box with a grate type lid was available so as to not look so much like a campground dump station right next to my house. Nice job!
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Old 08-19-2012, 09:20 AM   #5
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