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State aid for septic repairs winding down

September 21, 2013

LISBON — A successful program at the county health department, which has helped low-income home owners bring their septic issues into compliance, may soon be a thing of the pas....

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millerplante

Sep-22-13 12:42 AM

To avoid expensive repairs on your home and clean up the environment at the same time, use the natural cleaners for septic system clogging, plumbing and water supply maintenance like the all-natural Advanced Formula Septic-Helper 2000, Enza Drain Line Cleaner and the Enza Washer Ball for your laundry.

In 2011, the EPA (TMDL), mandates that states and counties clean up their water supplies. It mandates new inspections on all septic systems, water wells and with funding, local waterways. A failed inspection would include a slow drain in your leach field, low septic tank bacteria levels or elevated Nitrate levels in your Water Well or local Water Supplies; could require replacement of your entire system for $10K to $80K+ or connect to the city sewer system for $5K to $40K. The new inspections are failing 12% of systems each year and 82% of those older than 1977.

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