North Sea Beach Colony To Be Guinea Pig For Peconic Baykeeper's Septic Improvement Program - 27 East

North Sea Beach Colony To Be Guinea Pig For Peconic Baykeeper’s Septic Improvement Program

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The FujiClean nitrogen-reducing septic system can treat up to 1900 gallons per day. COURTESY AWSLI

The FujiClean nitrogen-reducing septic system can treat up to 1900 gallons per day. COURTESY AWSLI

authorValerie Gordon on Oct 23, 2018
Three lucky North Sea Beach Colony homeowners will have their antiquated cesspools replaced with nitrogen-reducing septic systems over the winter—and it won’t cost them a dime. According to Sean O’Neill,... more

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