IEHA Photo Gallery

IEHA photo gallery


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OWS-0008212 viewsPhoto Date: 3-12-12
Photo Credit: Ginger Harrington, Hendricks County Health Department
Description: Septic system is in failure. Sewage is on the ground surface.
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OWS-0009295 viewsPhoto Date: 1/8/16
Photo Credit: Larry Crowder, Hendricks County Health Department
Description: Septic system discharges to a creek. Dye was placed down the plumbing fixtures in the home. The dye was observed discharging into the creek.

*2016 Photo Contest Winner for Wastewater category, submitted by Ginger Harrington
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OWS-0010203 viewsPhoto Date: 10-17-07
Photo Credit: Ginger Harrington, Hendricks County Health Department
Description: The installation of a Presby System.
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OWS-0011199 viewsPhoto Date: 12-9-2004
Photo Credit: Ginger Harrington, Hendricks County Health Department
Description: The septic system was not functioning so the homeowner cut the effulent line and routed it so that the sewage went out of the tank and down the hill. I love sewage in the snow!
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OWS-0012191 viewsPhoto Date: 4-8-03
Photo Credit: Ginger Harrington, Hendricks County Health Department
Description: There was a small septic tank on this property which connected to a file tile. The field tile had been damaged and the sewage was now discharging across the pasture.
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OWS-0013195 viewsPhoto Date: 10/15/2015
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Schultz
Description: A routine septic inspection. The photo came out nice & so I wanted to share.
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OWS-0001182 viewsPhoto Date: 9/21/2012
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Septic tank with riser that was not waterproof on a commercial property. Property owner had pump set up to discharge septic tank to surface water when full.
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OWS-0002174 viewsPhoto Date: 8/15/2008
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Discharge to drainage ditch from gutter downspouts. Homeowner ran the piping through the septic absorption field and the discharge from the downspouts was picking up septic effluent resulting in a high E.coli count in the drainage water.
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OWS-0003179 viewsPhoto Date: 5/6/2011
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Sewage ponding over the septic field of a residential onsite system.
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OWS-0004183 viewsPhoto Date: 7/18/2014
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Installation of a new chamber system.
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OWS-0005181 viewsPhoto Date: 7/18/2014
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: New distribution box for a residential onsite system.
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OWS-0006229 viewsPhoto Date: 1/30/2015
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Distribution box repair
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