Flygt Conquers LPSS in Steep and Rocky Terrain


The town of Leon, West Virginia, founded in 1872, has recently installed its first central collection and treatment system. Its 160 residential homes had previously relied on old, failing septic systems and/or straight pipes that emptied directly into the Kanawha River, which empties into the Ohio River. Leon’s new low pressure sewage system (LPSS) is the first of its kind in the US. Download to read the whole story.

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