A 150-acre property first developed in 1917, the Lodge at Tupper Lake, New York with its five “cottages” was being restored to its original condition. The outdated existing septic system was not sized to handle the proposed flow from the site and was required to be upgraded or replaced.
The property is accessible only by boat or by all-terrain vehicles and is lakeside, making delivery of materials to the site challenging. A stone and pipe absorption bed system was originally designed, however barging stone to the site was not an option because the contractor was not able to build a ramp to offload the stone.
System Specifications: Remote lakefront residential chamber system serving lodge and cottages
Infiltrator Products Used: Infiltrator Quick4 EQ36 Chambers in a 20'W x 50'L absorption bed