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Springs Breaks Ground On Long Awaited Septic System

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Superintendent of Springs School, Debra Winter before breaking ground on the school's new septic system. COURTESY DEBRA WINTER

Superintendent of Springs School, Debra Winter before breaking ground on the school's new septic system. COURTESY DEBRA WINTER

BBS Architects renovation and expansion plans for Springs School.

BBS Architects renovation and expansion plans for Springs School.

How the nitrogen reducing septic system will work.

How the nitrogen reducing septic system will work.

The Springs School broke ground on their long-awaited septic system on July 1.  COURTESY DEBRA WINTER

The Springs School broke ground on their long-awaited septic system on July 1. COURTESY DEBRA WINTER

author on Jul 2, 2019
The Springs School broke ground on a long-awaited new nitrogen reducing septic system on Monday. “This is a very special day for Springs School—one that so many people have envisioned... more

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