An Installer’s Guide to Nitrogen

Two processes are needed to remove nitrogen in a septic system in order to limit its presence in groundwater

An Installer’s Guide to Nitrogen

The majority of the nitrogen present in raw sewage is from urea and fecal material, although small amounts are found in some household cleaners. Nitrogen is an essential chemical element and nutrient for all life forms. It constitutes 78 percent of the atmosphere by volume and...

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This article is part of the series: An Installer's Guide to Wastewater Characteristics


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