An On Site First
Anyone interested in a first for on-site sewer systems, please go to www.courant.com There's a story, "State Agrees to Sewer Alternatives," Decision Means Users, Not Town, Will Pay For Sewage Systems," ;by Claudia Van Nes, Courant Staff Writer, Dec 17 2005
Seems Connecticut has agreed that ". . . Old Saybrook [ 1,800 properties] will be the first decentralized wastewater managment district .. ." in the state. "Such new technology includes 'aerobic systems, recirculating trickling filters, attached growth, suspended growth and combinations thereof," said Steve luckett, the town's water pollution control authority coordinator.
Most of the properties which will now install on-site wastewater treatment systems, are beach communities near Long Island Sound formerly using septics.
Sound familiar? Well, read all about it.