If you’re a homeowner in New York State, particularly in Suffolk County, you may be considering upgrading your cesspool or traditional septic system to a
Shelter Island residents who want to upgrade their septic may qualify for the Innovative / Advanced On-Site Wastewater Treatment System Rebate Program. The septic rebate
Like other towns in Suffolk County, Southampton’s waterways have been negatively affected by excess nitrogen from a number of unnatural sources. Old and outdated septic
Nitrogen pollution is a growing problem in Suffolk County, affecting shellfish and aquatic vegetation while contributing to harmful algae blooms (HABs). Between 1987 and 2005,
East Hampton residents that need or want to update their septic systems can leverage the septic rebate plan under the Town’s Water Quality Improvement Plan.
How much will it cost to upgrade your septic system to a new nitrogen-reducing Innovative/Alternative Onsite Wastewater Treatmen System?
Governor Cuomo announced an additional $15 million in funding for the State Septic System Replacement Program. The program provides grants to upgrade septic systems across