Learn how septic systems work

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Monday, June 18 at 7 p.m. at West Milford Town Hall main meeting room Sue Muhaw, West Milford Health Department Inspector will lead a lecture on how septic systems work, how to maintain them, and why they fail.

Eighty-five percent of homes in West Milford use septic systems rather than a municipal sewer system. This presentation is an excellent way to learn how to live properly with a septic system.

If you are an established township resident on a septic system, this class can serve as a reminder and will update you on the new products and regulations to maintain your system.

If you plan to sell your house, you will learn why septic systems sometimes fail inspections.

A question and answer session will follow the presentation.

This presentation is sponsored by the West Milford Lakes Committee, The West Milford Health Department, and Sustainable West Milford.

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