disposal field


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disposal field

[də′spō·zəl ‚fēld]
(civil engineering)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

absorption field, disposal field

absorption field composed of absorption trenches Extent of coarse aggregate indicated by shaded area
A system of trenches containing coarse aggregate and distribution pipes through which septic-tank effluent may seep into the surrounding soil.
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Good mechanical performance and especially creep behavior of the BRM is essential for safe and stable operation of such disposal field. Many laboratory studies investigated the creep behavior of various soils [5-7].
From turnkey, modular treatment systems to custom onsite constructed disposal fields, EWS's professional staff is well versed in all aspects of water treatment, water processing, water distribution and collection as well as waste water treatment and disposal.