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County's sewage program designed to protect water sources

9:17 PM, Mar. 21, 2013
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A septic system that isn't working and properly maintained can put groundwater, soil and public health in jeopardy.

To help ensure private sewage systems don't contaminate groundwater, Wisconsin requires owners of the systems to have them inspected at least once every three year and, if necessary, pumped out, said Gary Popelka, Wood County Planning and Zoning director. The inspections and pumping must be reported to the county, which in turn sends the information on to the state.

Wood County currently requires private sewage system owners to pay $20 every three years to cover the ...

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