Water and Septic Workshop Protects Homeowners

Water and Septic Workshop Protects Homeowners — Clarion County — Penn State Extension

The goal is protecting Warren County residents’ health and property, as well as the community’s shared ground and surface water resources.

Many rural Northwest PA residents use wells, springs, and cisterns for their water supply and on-lot septic systems to treat and dispose of wastewater. The Home Water and Septic System Workshop offered Thursday, March 10 at the Warren Penn State Extension office provided 43 homeowners with essential information on protecting, testing, and treating their private water supplies.

Jim Clark, Penn State Extension Water Resources Educator based in McKean County, presented the workshop, which included a discussion of septic system inspection and maintenance. The goal is protecting Warren County residents’ health and property, as well as the community’s shared ground and surface water resources.

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