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Old 22-04-2003, 10:20 PM
Daniel B. Martin
 
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Default Natural Spring - How to use for irrigation?

My first reaction is to say no, definitely not a failed septic line.
... But, who knows?


There is a way to find out. A non-toxic tracer dye is flushed down the
toilet. If your "natural" spring water turns color, you know the source of
its water. Check with a home inspection service for further information.

Daniel B. Martin



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