Septic Systems in National Park - Case Study


Courtesy of Presby Environmental Inc. (PEI)

Within a 90 minute drive west of Rapid City, SD, Devils Tower looms imposingly over the rolling pine and green ash forests of northeast Wyoming. This 700 acre scenic park was designated by Teddy Roosevelt in 1906 as the United States’ first national monument. Devils Tower remains one of in the nation’s more isolated parks despite hosting over 400,000 visitors per year.  

In 2011 several of the park’s aging septic systems were threatened by high surface and ground water, caused by record rainfall that year. Responding to the need for new drainfields, the National Park Service selected E-Corp of Layton, Utah for design/build delivery of the projects. E-Corp senior manager Wes High recently outlined challenges of the septic systems project: 

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