Hoping to find someone with experience in on-site residential wastewater design, that could provide some insight in the design of a residential wastewater system where the local ground consists of platy-clay type soil. The soil is fairly impermeable with a perc. rate of over 120 min/in. I'm also involved in another project where a weathered sandstone bedrock has been encountered at 3' deep. What type of systems are typically used for these kinds of ground conditions and where could I find a decent design manual or design source? Thanks for the help. Art
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