Depends on where you are. A local lumberyard has plastic tanks for
sale. The tanks often have to be towed behind a boat to the nearest
beach, then carried, by hand, up into the woods.
That's not going to happen with a stone tank.
All tanks seem to run around $1/gallon wheree I live. I suggest you
search Google or call around where you live. Shipping can make a BIG
I did a Google search and all the websites that sell the tanks are coy
about indicating approximate prices.
I'm thinking about putting in a septic system in the mountains of
Southern California. I'm trying to get an idea about the approximate cost.
In our area, fiberglass is permitted. I want something that can more
easily be shipped and installed without need of a crane.
By the way, it makes no difference to me whether or not the septic tank
If I decide to sell the property, though, maybe I could hose it out and
sell it as a boat. :)
Be careful. Every year quite a few people are killed when the sides of
holes and/or trenches they are digging collapse on them. Digging a hole
big enough for a septic tank is going to be QUITE a project!
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