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Old 09-27-2016, 08:06 PM   #21
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If you can get a 4" line from the existing tank or the line frome your house to the tank while maintaining proper fall ,to the spot on your property where you want the dump station,go for it.But you probably cant.I have three tank/fields for my house and shop, couldnt make any of them work to my satisfaction,so I put in a dedicated tank/field just for the dump station.Best thing I ever did.If you live within a town or city I doubt they will let you do any of the above.I have a small ranch with livestock,am zoned ag,and have a back hoe and dump truck, so I pretty much do whatever I want. Your results or situation may be different.
The key to that is 'loose lips sink ships'..Keep your mouth shut and carry on....
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Old 09-27-2016, 08:07 PM   #22
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I'm 70 years old. It better hurry!
I'm 67 myself.
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Old 09-27-2016, 08:11 PM   #23
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The key to that is 'loose lips sink ships'..Keep your mouth shut and carry on....
Mine is legal,I tied it into the stall drains in the horse barn, and I'm 72 and look like a homeless person,so they dont mess with me. They think I'm crazy.
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I dump in a septic tank at home. There was a house on the lot next to my house and the person died and the house was sold and moved off, I brought the lot. I have a septic tank that hardly ever get used except when I dump in it. Works great for me


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Old 09-27-2016, 08:13 PM   #25
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[QUOTE=spock123;1328233]I dump in a septic tank at home. There was a house on the lot next to my house and the person died and the house was sold and moved off, I brought the lot. I have a septic tank that hardly ever get used except when I dump in it. Works great for me


There you go! Perfect! You could just burn the people next door out,buy the place from the ins co,and your all set!

I told you everyone around here thinks I'm crazy.
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Old 09-27-2016, 08:25 PM   #26
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I dump in a septic tank at home. There was a house on the lot next to my house and the person died and the house was sold and moved off, I brought the lot. I have a septic tank that hardly ever get used except when I dump in it. Works great for me


There you go! Perfect! You could just burn the people next door out,buy the place from the ins co,and your all set!

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I have dumped mine into my outside clean out that goes directly to the tank. Never had an issue.
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I drilled a few dozen holes in a 55gal plastic drum, buried it surrounded with 57 stone and covered with drain field mesh then 10" fine Florida soil. 4" pipe and a few elbows later, my very own dump station. We dump at campsites but I use the home system mostly as a washout dump. I have dumped a full black tank or 2 but usually clean out only.
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NMWilcat is correct. It should be no problem dumping into your septic tank. Install a 4" cleanout in the input line and you are good to go.
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