Soil Analysis Testing in Manitoba
At Ed & Di Enterprises Ltd, we always recommend a thorough soil analysis testing of your property. This will help you select the most suitable treatment system. It is also important to note that before approving registration for an onsite wastewater management system, Manitoba Conservation requires a soil analysis testing report by a certified installer. You can contact our experts to perform soil analysis testing at your residential, commercial, or industrial property. Since 2004, we have been helping our clients with their soil testing needs. It is an important part of the evaluation that we do for clients’ safety and healthy living.
Our certified personnel at Ed & Di Enterprises have the expertise to handle not only daily tests but also customized tests that best suit your needs. Your property’s soil conditions determine whether a disposal field is allowed on your land, and if so, what size and type it must be. It helps in determining the loading rate and the ability of the soil to accept the wastewater.
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We will collect the soil samples from the area where the proposed system will be placed. Our installers will collect the soil samples and record the soil conditions at the time of sampling. Check out the below information about soil analysis application rate for installing a traditional subsurface total area field:
The soil analysis rate must be between 29.35 and 12.72 litres per day per square metre (L/D/SM) (0.60 and 0.26 gallons per day per square foot - IFGDP/SF) or have a percolation rate between 4.3 minutes and 23.6 minutes per centimetre (11 and 60 minutes per inch).
The soil analysis application rate must be between 29.35 and 8.80 litres per day per square metre (L/D/SM) (0.60 and 0.18 gallons per day per square foot - IFGDP/SF) or have a percolation rate between 4.3 minutes and 31.5 minutes per centimetre (11 and 80 minutes per inch).