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I carry out foundation construction as my main business and get involved in sewage treatment plants and septic tank problems normally in a domestic situation as an add on to my main work. I am increasing this side of my activities and interested in using one of your machines as an airater to the drainage fields contructed to drain away septic tank effluent. Please can you tell me if they have been used for this and if you think they are suitabl - can they inject dried enzymes into the ground or a lightweight granular material to keep drainge fields airated.

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