Septic Tank Question

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If the tank is close to the house, the liquid could be getting to the perimeter drain of the house and going to the sump pump, if you have one. If you don'thave a sump, nevermid. :-)
The dye will show up in your sump if that is the case. The dye will not harm anything, you jsut dump about a tablespoon of it down a drain or toilet, it is cheap, if not free, and will show results no matter where the leak is, unless it is leaching into bedrock or a sand pocket. Call any septic tank people and ask them if the dye should be used if you think there is a leak. I am betting they say to use it.
Hank <~~~~thinks he has nothing to lose
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