From Scientific American
Never thought it’s essential have fun reading a book about plumbing? You have another think coming.
From The New Yorker
The book is extremely well written, and its 80 pages are filled with diagrams and some amusing illustrations by Bob Vogel…. You can also find COUNTRY PLUMBING to be the most efficient read book in your library. Just be sure your friends who borrow it return it promptly.
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You’ll be able to keep your “country plumbing” working day after day, year after year. Gerry Hartigan who has been installing and servicing septic tanks for twenty-five years, says “I’m still amazed to learn the way little people in truth know about their home sewage disposal systems. As Bismarck said, ‘The less people know about politics and making sausages, the better they sleep at night.’ Perhaps this is also true of septic tanks.” Then again, with increasing numbers of people moving to rural areas, it’s more important than ever to bear in mind more about what is typically known as “country plumbing.”