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Mr. Issler...where in this article do you find Facts that support your claims?
" claims that 10,000 or 100,000 gallons a day I do not rememeber the exact number but ewither is ridiculous) are leaking from this system are totally fiction and based on faulty assumptions and are ludicrous. "
The article doesn't provide any estimate on how much sewerage is leaking from these pipes. I hope Kelly ignores your request for another article on septic tanks and sticks to this story. It would be far more interesting and revealing to hear how much sewerage the authors of this article believe is leaking from the pipes. I'm sure there has been a measurement or professional assumptions made during this study.
More too, needs to be revealed about the deteriration of manholes caused by hydrogen sulfide exposure...is this from the dewatering process?
Let's hope the Eagle does some good investigation and writing around these questions so we can get the facts. It is, afterall, the newspapers role to investigate studies of this nature and report the facts.
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