• Larry Thompson

Flow Reduction Approvals

Updated: Feb 16, 2018

If you have a septic system and are looking to add a bedroom to your home, increase the number of employees in your business, or undertake a church expansion project, you might want to investigate the possibility of obtaining a flow reduction vs. a drainfield addition. Not only are drainfield additions more expensive it is not always possible to expand your existing septic system.


There is more than one way to obtain a flow reduction, whether it be utilizing water conserving fixtures, obtaining water comparisons from similar facilities, or evaluating your actual water usage. Contact Thompson Environmental Consulting for more information! #FlowReduction #SepticSolutions #ThompsonEnvironmental

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