My sewerage problems continue to rock my world, and they're centered on the inlet to the treatment plant that was required when the house was built. When the sewer district was formed, the homeowner, rather than taking the treatment plant out of the mix, instead took the easy route and simply tied the outlet of the treatment plant into the sewer system. Now, I've got one hellacious clog in the inlet of the treatment plant that's giving me fits trying to figure out what's in there. I believe that there's a T in there that I can't get the plumbing snake to go around. It simply butts into the flat side of the T and I'm stuck.
Of course, this whole time I'm trying to fix my problem, I'm standing on my head in raw sewerage. Fun, fun, fun.
Talking to the sewer district is no help. I asked one simple question (Do I need the plant, or can I route around or through it) and they can't seem to give me an answer. If I don't get an answer tomorrow I'm going to answer the question myself whether they like it or not. None of my neighbors have treatment plants, so I'll assume that the code says I don't need one.
It's time to start using my Google-fu and get educated on sewerage treatment plants.