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percolation test

A test of the soil to determine if it will absorb and drain water adequately to use a septic system for sewage disposal.

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  1. Percolation test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    A percolation test (from percolation, colloquially called a perc test) is a test to determine the absorption rate of soil for a septic drain field or "leach field".
  2. How to Run a Percolation Test
    The percolation test is only a small part of a complete site evaluation. Refer to Locating On-Site Home Sewage Treatment Systems, FO-0797, for the complete ...
  3. Percolation Test, Perk Test, Perc Test, Soil Test -
    The percolation test is designed to determine the suitability of a site for a subsurface private sewage disposal system (i.e. septic system). More specifically, a ...
  4. PERCOLATION TEST PROCEDURE - Fremont County Government
    Location of Percolation Test Holes - The percolation(perc) test holes shall be spaced uniformly over the proposed soil absorption (leach field) site. A minimum of ...
  5. A Percolation Test - YouTube
    Jun 29, 2009 ... Building Your Own Rain Garden: Percolation Testby MarionCountySWCD224 views; Watch Why Septic Systems Fail and How To Fix Them ...
  6. PERCOLATION TEST METHOD - County of Siskiyou
    (follow link to Public Health Services). PERCOLATION TEST METHOD. 1. Dig each hole thirty-six inches deep in the area where leach lines are to be installed.
  7. Percolation Test Data - New York State Department of Health
    Bureau of water Supply protection. Percolation Test Data. (see instructions on reverse side). DoH-1327 (12/10) page 1 of 2. Development Site: (T/V/C): County: ...
  8. 9-2-17 Site Evaluation and Percolation Test Methods
    shall be performed prior to any soil percolation test. Profile holes ... percolation test at the same time as the previously scheduled Site Survey when authorized by ...