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Posted by I can't do that Dave on March 6, 2011, 6:49 pm
 
Hi All,

Some background first. We live on a farm with a 360' deep well and a
1000 gallon Septic tank.

We have a 30-Micron filter, a 5 Micron filter and a salt-based water
softener.

We flush the toilets after every third pee, last thing at night before
bed and/or or if it smells.

Lately, and I am not sure how long back "lately" is, but probably
three or four months, the yellow pee is turning clear after about an
hour.

Obviously this is some form of chemical reaction and I am wondering
whether I am getting contamination into our aquifer. Nothing else has
changed and I have never noticed this before.

Anyone care to throw some light onto this issue?

Thanks

Dave

Posted by m II on March 6, 2011, 6:59 pm
 


"I can't do that Dave"  wrote in message

Hi All,

Some background first. We live on a farm with a 360' deep well and a
1000 gallon Septic tank.

We have a 30-Micron filter, a 5 Micron filter and a salt-based water
softener.

We flush the toilets after every third pee, last thing at night before
bed and/or or if it smells.

Lately, and I am not sure how long back "lately" is, but probably
three or four months, the yellow pee is turning clear after about an
hour.

Obviously this is some form of chemical reaction and I am wondering
whether I am getting contamination into our aquifer. Nothing else has
changed and I have never noticed this before.

Anyone care to throw some light onto this issue?

Thanks

Dave

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What difference does it make?

You have been aspiring bacteria into your lungs for a long time by not
flushing.
Lungs do not handle toxin while stomachs can process a fair bit without ill
effects.

It is a ridiculous unhygienic habit like the ones dropped after the last big
plague.


mike


Posted by I can't do that Dave on March 6, 2011, 7:54 pm
 Hi Mike,

Maybe I should have asked for informed information.

For your edification and enlightenment and fully endorsed by Federal
and State Health Departments.
http://www.thegreenlivingblog.com/green-tips/how-to-save-water-at-home


As Julius Sumner Miller often used to quote, "There is no crime in not
knowing, the crime is in not wanting to know."

Dave

Posted by LectronNuis on March 6, 2011, 8:23 pm
 <stoopid.googlegroups.com>:


Exactly.. an'  if you are at all interested in knowing (or follow JSM) you
will chase down an' read this thread:
    Subject: ping  Brenda...
The short version is you are addressing
Gymmy Bob/Janice/J P. Bengi/Josepi
, a known thief of peeps identity.

Give IT grief and YOU are next.


The 'real' Mike has "run for the hills"... again  "-<

--

Ln

Posted by m II on March 6, 2011, 9:29 pm
 

"I can't do that Dave"  wrote in message

Hi Mike,

Maybe I should have asked for informed information.

For your edification and enlightenment and fully endorsed by Federal
and State Health Departments.
http://www.thegreenlivingblog.com/green-tips/how-to-save-water-at-home


As Julius Sumner Miller often used to quote, "There is no crime in not
knowing, the crime is in not wanting to know."

Dave

________________

Either the rubber gasket seal around the toilet seat gets all green and
moldy or you are letting the bacteria float into your breathing space. There
is a very simple reason the toilet has a convenient handle on it Get a water
saver with a dual flush system (getting quite common now) or a more
efficient water saver toilet with a 0.6l flush.

You don't put enough water down your sewage and you will develop other
problems. Just look at the post from my other ego LectronNuisance, here. Not
enough flushing on that one for sure. If he used more flushing he would have
something to post on topic for once.


mike


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