We've known for literally decades that roughly one in four septic tanks fail. There are complete subdivisions where half the septic tanks have failed. Considering that the vast majority of homes in Paulding are on septic, we would be a perfect place for application of the following innovation.
Just cruising 'round the Internet, I ran across this repurposing trick that apparently is taking hold in the EU, Australia and I guess Canada. It involves taking the IBC totes one can buy for about $75/ea and, for under a $1000, turning a series of them into an actual sewage water treatment system from the sewer line exiting a house all the way through grey water reuse.
Watch the video.
I am curious if anyone has sought to use such as system or whether the county would even permit such a system. Seems logical, economical and much better than letting the stink rise. If the county isn't using this 'basic science' in action, why not?