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I've read the ingredients to some of the enzyme additives for septic systems and they're pretty nasty. It seems like you could achieve the same thing with a narrow hole and something to cover it (a variation on Paul's post hole digger idea for lawns). Drop the waste in the hole with some leaves, hay, or sawdust to cover it. When it gets 3/4 full, top it off with with topsoil, add some grass seed and start a new one somewhere else.
Since this would be a dryer solution, it shouldn't matter what type of soil you have. I'm guessing it would improve clay or sandy soil.
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