A Drainage Field is a system of infiltration pipes placed in trenches and arranged so that effluent can be discharged to the ground. The field must be constructed in a certain way that allows for the effluent to be treated in the soil through aerobic digestion.
There are key pieces of legislation that concern the design and implementation of a Drainage field.
Where ground conditions permit (we can ascertain this through a Percolation test) we can install a drainage field. Modern systems are designed to a detailed standard and a pit of rubble is no longer permitted for septic water.