Upcoming Workshop: Nitrogen, Septic Systems and Great Bay – Why it Matters

Join Rockingham County Conservation District and local partners for an exciting workshop to learn about nitrogen, de-nitrifying technologies for septic systems, and watershed-based septic system initiatives.

Tuesday, October 31 , 2017

8:00 am– 8:30am: Registration, Networking & Coffee

8:30am-12:00pm: Presentations and Discussions

The workshop will include a review of the nitrogen cycle and why it matters to seacoast communities, a summary of state and local regulations on nitrate in septic systems and ground-water,  a review of on-site septic  systems that remove nitrogen, an update on de-nitrifying Permeable Reactive Barrier pilot projects for local septic systems, local watershed initiatives and more!

Audience: Conservation commissions and organizations, septic designers and installers, surveyors, engineers, municipal  board  members and staff, watershed groups, and interested citizens.

Location: Hugh Gregg Coastal Conservation Center

 91 Depot Road, Greenland, NH 03840

Registration is required….register here or visit our website at www.rockinghamccd.org and fill out the registration form under Workshops & Events

Light refreshments provided.

Please contact the Rockingham County Conservation District with any questions:

603-679-2790 or  rccd@rockinghamccd.org


Workshop co-sponsors: Granite State Designers and Installers, Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Lamprey River Advisory Committee, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, New Hampshire Rivers Council, Rockingham County Conservation District, Strafford County Conservation District, Truslow Resource Consulting LLC  















This entry was posted in Watershed Restoration (Impaired Waters). Bookmark the permalink.