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Here's how a Title 5 septic leaching system is built: dig deep holes or trenches, to way below most roots, earthworms and oxygen, 5-10' deep (sometimes even deeper) -  way below most roots, earthworms and oxygen that are needed in order to get sufficient treatment of the sewage effluent -  put in gravel or plastic tunnels, and perforated pipes, and then fill up with sand.

Here’s how a Title 5 septic leaching system is built: dig deep holes or trenches, to way below most roots, earthworms and oxygen, 5-10′ deep (sometimes even deeper) – way below most roots, earthworms and oxygen that are needed in order to get sufficient treatment of the sewage effluent – put in gravel or plastic tunnels, and perforated pipes, and then fill up with sand.