In the News: GSF units donated to Littleton Police Chief

Friday, September 30, 2016

Eljen Corporation appeared in an article by the Littleton Courier recently about GSF B43 units that were donated to the local police chief after his system failed. Lynn Mayo of Far North Designs designed the 20 unit system that had multiple site constraints, including a close property boundary, a heavily sloped site, and a rock retaining wall.  Schofield's Septic Service installed the the system.  

The replacement system was for a four bedroom home with a 12 mpi perc rate and was able to be installed on a level part of the property.  Schofield's Septic Service installed the system in two leach lines, making the system 41 feet long.  Technical Representative Bob Kilcup worked with Lynn Mayo and Kevin Schofield on the design and offered to donate the units.

Eljen Corporation was founded in 1976 by World War II veteran Joe Glasser and has a commitment to supporting other veterans, law enforcement, and those who serve our communities.

To read the article by Darin Wipperman in the Littleton Courier, click here.

Eljen GSF B43 units placed 40 foot long drainfield Geotextile fabric placed on top of units Ready for backfill

 


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