The construction of bored-hole latrines is limited by:
a. The equipment available.
b. The depth of the water table.
c. Impervious underground rock strata.
d. All of the above.
Which type of latrine is particularly suited to areas with high water tables?
a. Mound latrine.
b. Deep pit latrine.
c. Bored-hole latrine.
d. Straddle trench latrine.
What is the main factor in limiting the use of the burn-out latrine?
a. The weather.
b. Available fuel.
d. Whether or not the latrine is in use at the time burning takes place.
10. What is the proper depth for a urine soakage pit? ____________________.
11. How often must urine soakage pit funnels or troughs be cleaned?
12. What causes urine to sink after it has been voided through the screen of a urinoil?
13. A soakage pit 4 feet wide, 4 feet long, and 4 feet deep will normally take care of
kitchen liquids for _____________ soldiers for 1 day.