Answer: It is never recommended to plant any thing close enough that it could infiltrate the drain field and pipes. Unfortunately, maples and willows in particular are a poor choice for such a location because their roots will seek out moisture and are notorious for clogging pipes. The roots from a tree may spread well beyond the width of the branches, certainly up to half again as far and in some cases further than that. I'm sorry to be so discouraging.
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