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New Septic Technology Could Cut 95 Percent Of Nitrogen Released Into Ground Water

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Scientists from the New York State Center For Clean Water Technology presented strategies for new septics to reduce nitrogen from septic flows by up to 95 percent last week. Michael Wright

Scientists from the New York State Center For Clean Water Technology presented strategies for new septics to reduce nitrogen from septic flows by up to 95 percent last week. Michael Wright

Scientists from the New York State Center For Clean Water Technology presented strategies for new septics to reduce nitrogen from septic flows by up to 95 percent last week. Michael Wright

Scientists from the New York State Center For Clean Water Technology presented strategies for new septics to reduce nitrogen from septic flows by up to 95 percent last week. Michael Wright

Scientists from the New York State Center For Clean Water Technology presented strategies for new septics to reduce nitrogen from septic flows by up to 95 percent last week. Michael Wright

Scientists from the New York State Center For Clean Water Technology presented strategies for new septics to reduce nitrogen from septic flows by up to 95 percent last week. Michael Wright

authorMichael Wright on Jun 28, 2016
Scientists at Stony Brook University say they are testing new septic treatment systems that could reduce the amount of nitrogen released into groundwater by as much as 95 percent—and could... more

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