Due to popular response from the Meredith workshop, the Lake Winnipesaukee Watershed Association will be co-hosting another ‘Septic Sense’ workshop.
How septic systems work, their limitations and eventual replacement, especially in sensitive waterfront locations, are among the topics to be discussed in a free evening workshop titled ‘SEPTIC SENSE’, Tuesday, August 14, at the Wolfeboro Public Library.
“Anyone who buys, owns or sells homes on septic systems will not want to miss this important and informative event,” said Randy Hilman, REALTOR® spokesperson for Maxfield Real Estate, Inc, which is jointly sponsoring the free public forum with the Lake Winnipesaukee Watershed and Granite State Designers and Installers associations. “Good water quality is the economic life blood of the Lakes Region and it has an enormous impact on human health. Everyone must do their part to safeguard our streams, ponds and lakes against pollution”.
Attendees can expect to take home useful information on maintenance and extension of system life, signs of system failure, and who to contact for consultation, design and installation when system replacement becomes necessary, Hilman said. A special slide presentation of difficult site installations will showcase the many different septic system technologies available to homeowners today.
The presentation will begin at 6:30 p.m. and conclude at 8 p.m. including a question and answer session from the audience. The forum is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is requested if at all possible. Please call Pat Tarpey, Executive Director of the LWWA, at 603- 581-6632 to register or for more information.