Septic tanks and nitrogen pollution in the Great Bay Estuary

June 28, 2011

On Wednesday, June 29, 2011, Bambi Miller of the Strafford County Conservation District and Tom Canfield of Septic Design and Installations will host a “How to Make Your Septic System Last Forever!” workshop for septic system owners at the Lee Safety Complex, located at 20 George Bennet Road in Lee, NH. The event kicks off at 7:00 PM.

The 2009 State of the Estuaries Report identifies faulty septic tanks as a source of fecal coliform bacteria and nitrogen pollution in the Great Bay Estuary.

Event sponsored by the Lamprey River Advisory Committee and Lee Conservation Service. For more information, contact Bambi Miller at (603) 749-3037 or bambimiller@sccd.org

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