Helpful Hints For Home and Business Owners (PDF 1.86m) 11 x 17" 4 page folder or print as separate sheets.
One Pagers: (in PDF Format)
- How It Works (240k)
- In The Kitchen (259k)
- Alternative Cleaning Products (260k)
- In The Utility Room (265k)
- Saving Water Makes Energy Saving Sense (262k)
- In the Garden (314k)
- Is Your Toilet On Drugs? (188k)
Water To Waste Section Four: Common sense information about how your wastewater system works
Water To Waste Section Five: Installation, siting, operation and maintenance.
Have a pressure mound system? Recorded interactive web seminar "Everything you've always wanted to know about your Mound onsite wastewater system! How it works, how to take care of it, how to landscape it!"
This online, web based seminar was taught by Daniel R. Thorell, M.S., R.S. Environmental Sanitarian Grand Traverse County Health Department Environmental Health Division. Two documents were referenced in the presentation and can be viewed here: GTCHD Alternative System Manual and Pressure Mound System Policy Manual
Would you like information about landscaping? Scott Dierks, P.E.
Ann Arbor Manager JFNew Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 "Wastewaterscaping: How to landscape and plant a mound system using native Michigan flora." This was Part Two of the seminar and can be accessed at the 1:02:35 minute mark.
University of Minnesota Onsite Systems Web site
National Environmental Services Center
Return To Resource Information Page - be sure to look at both the 2006 and 2008 Water To Waste Sections for more in depth system information
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