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Does a septic system need a leach field?

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Question: Does a septic system need a leach field?
Top Answer (75% of 4 votes): Always.

Answer: Always
Explanation: Depending on the type of system you have your "leachfield" comes in different shapes, sizes, and styles. If you didn't have a leaching area there would be no where for your liquid waste to go.
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Answer: Always
Explanation: tanks hold solid matter, leach fields allow liquids to drain.
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