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What type of waste water treatment is the best for mountain toilet?

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  • mehriahmadi_ Jul 31, 2009

    which type is suitable for mountain public restroom with 500 user daily?after treatment discharged can go to river.why suggest holding tank?

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Since there are variables you don't mention, the best is a holding tank. Have it pumped out.

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