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Island County Septic 101 classes PDF Print E-mail
Written by Allison Warner   
Thursday, 23 June 2011 12:52

Island County requires septic inspections every 3 years due to a new state law passed in 2008.  As an initiative of the Clean Water Utility, Island County provides homeowners with conventional gravity and pressure systems to inspect their own septics, once they have gotten training which is available online and in classes you can attend. HOST - Septic 101 and 201 Classes for Island County residents are offered regularly again, thanks to the Clean Water Utility.   

Please visit the website for the online tutorial and to register for classes. http://www.islandcountyeh.org/Page/105. This informative class is the first step in giving you the knowledge you need to inspect your own system. Come learn how to properly care for your system, including what everyday maintenance tips can help prevent thousands of dollars worth of repairs. You'll also learn how you septic system works, when you need to pump your system, and what you should ask from your septic system service provider to ensure a complete inspection. Registration is required!.

You can register online at http://www.islandcountyeh.org/Page/118, or call Island County Public Health at (360) 679-7350. (On Camano: 629-4522, ext 7350)  

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