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First of which may help lower the cost of peat replacements by allowing peat disposal onsite rather then trucking it away and disposing of it in the landfills. This is a change that has been proposed and is being reviewed for future approval. Other changes that have been proposed are sizing changes for gravel-less trench and drip technologies. Again, these have been proposed for future approval.
Secondly, the new Nitrogen regulations will be going into effect this year for all treatment systems being installed in the Chesapeake Watershed. VDH is working to make this as painless of a transition as possible. Some of the treatment systems that are currently being installed and designed do not meet the new regulations, so installers and designer will need to work together to come up with a solution for future site developments.
Thirdly, but not lastly, the constant discussions between private sector and VDH designs continue. These discussions have been progressing and as things change we will post them here.
Thanks to all of you for your ongoing support of VOWRA.
VOWRA along with SES Mid Atlantic are providing a two day training for Operation and Maintenance of Onsite Residential Systems. The total number of classroom hours is 14 with 7 CPEs awarded for each day. Class materials, beverages, snacks and lunch are provided.
Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Wednesday, October 30th, 2013 8:00AM - 4:00PM
(The class on the 30th is a continuation of the class on the 23rd.)
SES Mid Atlantic Offices
9251 Industrial Court, Suite 101
Manassas, VA 20109
The maximum number of attendees we can take is 16, so please register early!
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