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I would expect a sump pump right next to it would handle the ground water. I'm not sure what you mean by drilling holes in the sump pump. Do you mean the sump chamber? If so yes that could help. Once the sewage chamber has a pump and water in it as well as the drain in connected it's not going anywhere. But you should deal with the excessive ground water and a nearby sump pump should be able to do the job