Your drain field lines are an integral part of your leach field, and for that reason, a crucial part of your septic system as a whole. At Atlanta Septic system Pros, our partner service technicians set up entire septic systems, consisting of tanks and drainfields, and perform regular upkeep for people, so their systems run correctly and can serve them for decades without an issue.What Drain Field Lines Do?No matter what sort of septic system you have, the effluent, or water from the tank, has to clear out somewhere. There are a great deal of different alternatives in this regard. Some let the effluent flow into a pit. Others recycle the effluent with a greywater recycling system. The most popular, however, is the leach field. With this setup, the effluent flows through a series of underground pipes (drain field lines) that have lots of tiny holes in them. These pipes tend to have a layer of rock or gravel around them, so the effluent can be easily dispersed into the surrounding soil, and a layer of soil and yard is placed over the top. The drainfield, itself, plays a big role in cleaning the effluent, so it's safe for the environment. Germs that's naturally present will form a biomat, which slows the flow and eliminates pathogens. There's also germs in the soil, so as long as the circulation of effluent remains slow, your on-site waste treatment facility is healthy and safe for the environment, along with for the people around it. You do have to take some safety measures to make sure that your drainfield can do its job.