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Plan For The Worst-B100-A
When installing a pool, building a new house, or building an addition, property owners must comply with state laws and codes to ensure a variety of building, soil, and health standards are in order. One of those codes—Public Health Code B100a, requires property owners to reserve a portion of their land as a reserve drain field in the event that the current septic system drain field fails. A B100a ensures that the project (pool, addition, etc.) you are constructing; will not be in the location of your next septic system in the event that the current system needs replacement.
At Andersons Septic Service, we are certified, experienced, and knowledgeable in septic system design and engineering to provide you with the expertise to build effective septic systems that comply with Connecticut Health Code B100a.