Lyndhurst Rural Fire Service – Greener Plumbing Australia
At Lyndhurst Rural Fire Service. Install of external drainage to septic tank then to evapotranspiration absorption trench.
Drainage pipe terminating at septic tank excavation to work out our levels.
Crusher dust in the bottom of excavation for septic to sit on.
3200lt septic on the excavator, lifting into excavation.
Important to have anchors in place with lid screwed on and just about full of water before backfilling. This keeps the plastic tank in shape.
Shot of the 100mm DWV anchors before backfilling.
Outlet of septic tank draining to diverter box.
Diverter box plumbed in with twin 100mm slotted pipes draining into the prepared evapotranspiration absorption trench.
15m x 1m wide trench prepped with 20mm aggregate, 100mm slotted pipe in place ready for the next layer of aggregate.
200mm of aggregate layers in trench covering pipe, installed the slotted 50mm inspection port.
200mm of 1mm sand laid on top of the aggregate.
Another Greener Plumbing Australia job complete, inspected and cleaned up.
Plumbing Blayney, Orange and Central West NSW