Drain fields are needed when a public sewer system is not available for a location to hook up into. It helps distribute the waste from your home or business by taking the liquids from the septic tank and spreading it out into the surrounding ground area through a process called percolation. 


Drain fields have been around for a long time, and up until recently there has not been much in the way of development.  For the most part while a traditional drain field does the job of removing the liquid (known as effluent) from your septic tank, they are greatly lacking in the treatment of this liquid - it simply puts this "dirty" water back into the ground and thus into your water table.  The innovative Presby System takes your traditional drainfield into the 21st century with a focus on efficiency, environmental friendliness, and eco system awareness.