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Have you ever asked yourself:
Should I use additives in my septic tank?
How often should I have it pumped?
Should I use a garbage disposal?
The University of Maryland Extension and School of Public Health invites you to participate in a free seminar to answer all the questions you’ve ever asked about your septic system. A septic professional will teach you how maintaining your septic system can save you money and protect your family, neighbors, and the environment. You will also learn what to expect from typical professional services, like inspections, pump-outs, and other maintenance needs. University of Maryland researchers will also be conducting a short survey to better understand how homeowners take care of their septic systems. Join us by registering at the link provided below. Participation is limited!
Date: Nov. 8, 2014
Time: 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Location: Wicomico Public Library
122 S. Division Street, Salisbury, MD
To register go to: http://goo.gl/forms/IlQcNTsu2m
If you would like more information about this seminar and the associated research, feel free to email Daphne Pee, Coordinator of the Chesapeake Water and Septic Homeowner Education Project, at firstname.lastname@example.org.