East Hampton Directs $400,000 To Nitrogen Reduction In Montauk And Springs - 27 East

East Hampton Directs $400,000 To Nitrogen Reduction In Montauk And Springs

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The Springs School is in the midst of a $1.6 million replacement of its septic system. East Hampton Town approved a $227,000 grant from the town's Community Preservation Fund to cover some of the costs.

The Springs School is in the midst of a $1.6 million replacement of its septic system. East Hampton Town approved a $227,000 grant from the town's Community Preservation Fund to cover some of the costs.

The Springs School is in the midst of a $1.6 milion replacement of its septic system, which will reduce nitrogen in effluent by more than 90 percent.

The Springs School is in the midst of a $1.6 milion replacement of its septic system, which will reduce nitrogen in effluent by more than 90 percent. Kyril Bromley

A graphic showing the layout of the new septic system at Springs School that is expected to reduce the amount of nitrogen released into groundwater by more than 90 percent.

A graphic showing the layout of the new septic system at Springs School that is expected to reduce the amount of nitrogen released into groundwater by more than 90 percent.

authorMichael Wright on Nov 25, 2019
East Hampton Town has pledged nearly $400,000 from the Community Preservation Fund to water quality improvement projects in Springs and Montauk, including more than $227,000 for the Springs School. The... more

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