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May 22, 2019
Nutrient Management in Coastal Communities (Web-based)
Conventional septic systems are not designed to remove nitrogen, which can lead to problems like excess nitrogen loading to waterways. This issue is especially important to coastal communities, where excess nitrogen causes eutrophication, hypoxia and toxic algal blooms leading to beach closures and other issues that negatively affect coastal communities. Adding nitrogen sensors to advanced septic systems could help manufacturers, homeowners, and local and state governments be assured that these systems are performing as intended and protecting valuable coastal resources.
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