Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Everything you always wanted to know about septic systems but were afraid to ask

Neglecting your Septic System can cost you thousands of dollars - don't wait until it's too late. The Connecticut River Joint Commission (Mt. Ascutney chapter) is holding a FREE Septic System Workshop in Springfield on Saturday September 17th.

The workshop is scheduled for 10am to 12 noon at the Nolin Murray Center next to St Mary's Church, 40 Summer Street. Whether you are buying or selling a property, or just want to find out about proper maintenance, this free workshop is for you!

The seminar will explain the dos and don'ts of keeping your septic system working well, the different types of systems available, and the Vermont regulations. Experts from HB Energy Solutions, ProSeptic and the State of Vermont will be available to answer questions.

Sponsored this year by HB Energy Solutions, the 3rd Annual Septic System Workshop is free and open to all full- and part-time residents as well as business owners and real estate agents.

For more information or to RSVP (optional), please contact Tara Bamford at tara.bamford@crjc.org or by telephone (802) 738-0456.    


  1. Always wear tall boots when entering your septic tank . Da

  2. It's a crappy job


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