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Re: Long life orange coolant

To: Stuart MacMillan <>
Subject: Re: Long life orange coolant
From: Eric Murray <>
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 13:19:58 -0800
On Mon, Oct 30, 2000 at 12:55:09PM -0800, Stuart MacMillan wrote:
> Most of theses flushes are acids, and will break down in the soil
> rapidly, and in these quantities won't make your sewage treatment
> facility managers angry either.  
> Don't put any of these chemicals in a septic system, they depend on
> natural bacterial decomposition to work properly, and you don't want to
> kill the little buggers!  Avoid putting anything down the drain other
> than soap and natural waste products.


So, what do you do when you're on septic and you want to put in
water and a sink to your shop?  If it were up to me and there
wasn't a code, I'd just run the drain into a large hole filled with
gravel.  What do you typically have to do to meet code?

  Eric Murray           Consulting Security Architect         SecureDesign LLC                            PGP keyid:E03F65E5

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