R.61-56, onsite wastewater systems

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South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
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2008-05-23
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Sewage disposal plants--South Carolina , Sewage disposal plants--Law and legislation--South Carolina
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A major factor influencing the health of individuals where public wastewater treatment facilities are not available is the proper onsite treatment and disposal of domestic wastewater. Diseases such as dysentery, cholera, infectious hepatitis, typhoid and paratyphoid are transmitted through the fecal contamination of food, water, and the land surface largely due to the improper treatment and disposal of domestic wastewater. For this reason, every effort should be made to prevent such hazards and to treat and dispose of all human waste through the practical application of the best and most cost affective technology available.
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