How does permafrost affect water and sewage service in the Arctic? I don't know the answer to this one. Your help is appreciated, thanks

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  1. Permafrost is continuously frozen ground. It doesn't absorb water so wells can't bring water to the surface. Sewage cannot be absorbed either.

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  2. thank you:-)

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  3. You're welcome.

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