JACKSON, Wyo. — Do you have a septic system? Do you want to play a key role in water quality research in Jackson Hole?
Teton Conservation District is embarking on a study to measure the wastewater treatment efficiency of residential septic system leach fields. Given growing concerns regarding the effects of wastewater on ground and surface water in our community, this monitoring study is designed to collect data to inform how we construct and manage residential wastewater systems in the future.
The district is seeking volunteers who own either a traditional leach field or a raised leach field that meet the following criteria:
If you are interested in being involved in this community project and believe that your property is appropriate, TCD would appreciate the opportunity to discuss the importance and specific details of this study with you. Contact Suzanne Lagerman at Nelson Engineering: 307-733-2087 ext. 143, email@example.com, P.O. Box 1599, Jackson, WY 83001.
You may also contact Teton Conservation District’s Water Resources Specialist and Associate Director, Carlin Girard, at 307-733-2110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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