September 19, 6pm–7:30pmWhere
Geauga County Fairgrounds Patterson Center 14269 Claridon-Troy Road, Burton, OH 44021
Preventative maintenance of a septic system not only extends the life of the system, but also protects the investment, water resources and the public health.
The Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District and Geauga Public Health are are offering a free SepticSmart Program presented by Dave Sage and Zach Myers, registered sanitarians with Geauga Public Health, who will discuss how a home septic system works, how to maintain a home sewage treatment system, and what to do when it appears to not be working properly.
This program is free, but reservations are required due to limited seating. Registration deadline is Monday, Sept. 16 and can be made online or by contacting Geauga SWCD at 440-834-1122 or [email protected].
This program is part of the 2019 Runoff Reduction: Stormwater, Phase 2, and You education series.