I'm doing grading and utility design for a campground in a Minnesota state park. The campground consists of full RV hookups -- sewer, water and electric. Just curious, but any advice on daily volume of sewage production you would assume for design? Also, our sewage will need on site treatment. For a previous RV dump station we designed, we had to do additional treatment beyond just a septic and drain field -- had to do aeration after settling out solids and before being dosed to mound system due to concentration of BOD and RV chemicals. But we're doing direct hookups here, so would we need to provide this type of secondary treatment? Thoughts and questions are appreciated.
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