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  • Quick action could save big money on septic system work
    The Star Beacon
    JEFFERSON — Ashtabula County residents considering septic system work in the near future should start the application this year to avoid new — and potentially more costly — state rules that begin in 2015, said Ray Saporito, the county's health ...

  • Homeowners encouraged to be septic smart
    Princeton Daily Clarion
    “Since city sewers cannot reach all areas of our state, septic systems are a viable part of our wastewater treatment infrastructure,” said Mike Mettler, REHS, Director, Environmental Public Health at the Indiana State Department of Health. “But these ...

  • Cape Cod studies seek link between breast cancer, septic systems
    Wicked Local Wellesley
    A third factor that may contribute to water contamination on the Cape is the prevalence of septic systems. While the release of nitrogen and other environmentally undesirable substances has become a major issue in recent years, not much is known about ...

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  • Costs for septic revisions higher than aseptic revisions
    For an analysis of the major variable direct costs involved in revision total hip arthroplasty (THA) for aseptic and septic failure, researchers retrospectively reviewed data from 144 patients treated with revision THA for aseptic and septic failure ...

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  • Well, septic permits down for new homes
    The Daily Telegram
    The number of permits issued for replacement wells and septic systems were also down in the 2014 fiscal year, she reported. There were 155 well permits, compared to 182 the previous year, and 61 septic permits, compared to 64 a year earlier ...