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RE: domestic wastewater reduction (was: Odor Prevention at Lift Stations)


In regard to Judy's question, the Home*A*Syst program has a chapter on the
subject of reducing domestic wastewater for owners of septic systems and
other on-site wastewater treatment.  The chapter is on the web at
www.wisc.edu/homeasyst/ch4.html.  On the same web site is slide training
program on this subject, http://www.wisc.edu/farmasyst/sept/septtab.htm.  

To get community members using these materials, Vermont Home*A*Syst was
recently awarded money to initiate and deliver the program with local
volunteer town officials and members of grassroots housing assistance and
"NeighborWorks" organizations. You can contact Peg Andrews
<mandrews@zoo.uvm.edu>, our Home*A*Syst co-coordinator in Vermont to learn

Richard Castelnuovo
B142 Steenbock Library
550 Babcock Drive
Madison, WI 53706
FAX: 608-265-2775
URL: http://www.wisc.edu/farmasyst

>From: Judy Mirro [mailto:JUDYM@dec.anr.state.vt.us] 
>Sent: Friday, January 29, 1999 12:08 PM
>To: Tammy Allen
>Cc: p2tech@great-lakes.net
>Subject: Re: Odor Prevention at Lift Stations
>Where do I begin?  Prevent pollution by preventing the wastewater? 
>Obviously, with industry we do our best to help them reduce at the 
>source, but when it comes to domestic wastes in communities... 
>reduction is really limited.  So you end up with wastewater and you 
>have to deal with its inherent problems.  Odors being one of them.