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2000 Small Flows Magazine, Fall
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Managing Our Watersheds: A Systems Approach to Maintaining Water Quality

Juried Article:

A Survey of Home Aerobic Treatment Systems Operating in Six West Virginia Counties

Feature Articles:

• State Regulators Gather in Colorado: Second Annual Onsite Wastewater State Regulators Conference

• Where Sheep Do Quietly Graze: Innovative Wastewater Treatment in the Great Northwest

• Vacuum Sewer Technology Comes of Age

• Practical Pointers for Onsite System Inspectors

• Update on EPA’s Draft Guidelines for Management of Onsite/Decentralized Wastewater Systems

• Q&A Gravelless System and Chamber System

SFQUNL04DL/Magazine: 68 pp. (2000)

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2000 Small Flows Magazine, Spring
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Arkansas Sanitarian Uses Infrared Technology To Track Down Sewage

Juried Article:

Field Assessment of Onsite Rock-Plant Filters in Kansas

Feature Articles:

• NODP II Helps Rhode Island Improve Coastal Pond

• The Best Wastewater Systems Consider Flow Rate and Waste Strength

• Starbuck: Washington State’s Biggest Self-Help Wastewater Project

• Removal Efficiency of Standard Septic Tank and Leach Trench Septic Systems for MS2 Coliphage

• Barriers to Alternative Systems: Perceptions and Realities

• Onsite System Management Can Take Many Forms

• Q&A Hydrogen Peroxide not Recommended to Unclog Failed Drainfields

SFQUNL02DL/Magazine: 60 pp. (2000)

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2000 Small Flows Magazine, Summer
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Flood! Disaster Mitigation for Wastewater Systems

Juried Article:

Analysis of Residential Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetlands Performance in Northern Alabama

Feature Articles:

• ESTD Reaches Out to Native Americans: Seeks to Offer Assistance with Environmental Problems

• Virus Transport: From Septic Tanks to Coastal Waters

• Fairfax County, Virginia: More than 70 years of Onsite Wastewater Management

• Small Lots, High-Strength Wastewater Make Onsite a Big Issue with RV Park Operators

• Onsite System Management Can Take Many Forms

• Q&A Monitoring Effluent Plumes

SFQUNL03DL/Magazine: 60 pp. (2000)

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2000 Small Flows Magazine, Winter
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Wastewater Management Surfaces As An Important Issue In the New Mellennium

Juried Article:

Impact of Bacteria and Dosing Frequency on the Removal of Virus within Intermittently Dosed Biological Filters

Feature Articles:

• Eutrophication: Phosphorus Overload or Phosphorus Recycling? A Review of an Alternative Approach from Europe

• Phosphorus Overload in Receiving Waters: Some New Approaches to an Old Problem

• Remote Monitoring Use Is on the Rise

• Mandated Certification of Onsite Professionals: State Legislatures Scramble to Keep Up with Technology

• Performance Management: Redefining Roles and Responsibilities for Onsite Wastewater Treatment System Management in the New Millennium

• Wastewater Control in the NYC Watersheds

• Monument: Oregon’s First Self-Help Project

• Baranowski Leads EPA’s 104(g) Training Program

• Q&A The Use of Peat Filters in Domestic Wastewater Treatment

SFQUNL01DL/Magazine: 60 pp. (2000)

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2001 Small Flows Magazine, Fall
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Mars Experiments with Wetlands and Water Reuse

Juried Article:

A Private Market Approach to Onsite Wastewater Treatment System Maintenance

Feature Articles:

• Three States Build New Onsite Wastewater Training Centers

• Making Money Onsite – A Manufacturer Advises Contractors

• Sussex County, New Jersey – A Case Study in Onsite Management

• Internet-Based Recording Services Solves Maintenance Reporting Problems

• What on Earth is GASB 34, and why should you care?

• Q&A The Role of Biomats in Wastewater Treatment

SFQUNL08DL/Magazine: 52 pp. (2001)

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2001 Small Flows Magazine, Spring
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Onsite System Management in the Rockies

Juried Article:

Evaluation of High-Porosity Medium in Intermittently Dosed, Multi-Pass Packed Bed Filters

Feature Articles:

• Baby, It’s COLD Outside! Techniques for Onsite Success in Cold Climates

• Centerville, PA—World –Class Demonstration

• Who Says You Can’t Fight City Hall? How One Homeowner Made a Difference

• DuPage County Illinois Health Department: An Unconventional Approach to Onsite Systems Management

• Small-Diameter Gravity Sewers Can Mean Big Savings for Communities

• Q&A Septic Systems: What You Need To Know When Building or Buying a House

SFQUNL06DL/Magazine: 52 pp. (2001)

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2001 Small Flows Magazine, Summer
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Onsite Systems Impact on Coastal Zones

Juried Article:

Evaluation of the Use of Crushed Recycled Glass Filter Media in a Recirculating Granular Media Filter

Feature Articles:

• The Pacific Coast—Waters in Peril

• EPA Gulf of Mexico Program Seeks to Remedy Ocean’s Ills

• Considerations in Developing a Web Site

• Regulators and Manufacturers Find Common Ground at Conference

• Charlotte County, Florida: A Case Study

• Q&A Septic System Longevity

SFQUNL07DL/Magazine: 52 pp. (2001)

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2001 Small Flows Magazine, Winter
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Graywater Use: Still a Gray Area

Juried Article:

Development of an Enhanced Performance Septic Tank

Feature Articles:

• Onsite Treatment Options: Matching the System to the Site

• Pressure Sewers Overcome Tough Terrain and Reduce Installation Costs

• Cleanup at Peña Blanca

• Inspections of Onsite Systems: Health and Safety

• Q&A State Onsite Licensing Programs

SFQUNL05DL/Magazine: 60 pp. (2001)

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2002 Small Flows Magazine, Fall
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Flushing Out the Straight Pipes

Juried Article:

Surface Failure Rates of Chamber and Traditional Aggregate-Laden Trenches in Oregon

Feature Articles:

• Inspection of Onsite Systems

• Wastewater Treatment Plants Reap Benefits from EPA’s Technical Assistance Program

• RCAP Specialists Help Communities in Many Ways

• Onsite Wastewater Training Centers Break New Ground

• Q&A Landscaping Septic Systems

SFQUNL12DL/Magazine: 52 pp. (2002)

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2002 Small Flows Magazine, Spring
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Texas Rehabilitates Its Colonias

Juried Article:

Responsible Management Entities as a Method To Ensure Decentralized Wastewater System Viability

Feature Articles:

• Onsite Wastewater System Training at Vermont Technical College

• Getting the Ammonia Out! A Pilot Project to Assess Ammonia Reduction in a Wastewater Lagoon

• How Flooding Affects a Rural Sanitarian

• Q&A Grease Traps

SFQUNL10DL/Magazine: 52 pp. (2002)

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2002 Small Flows Magazine, Summer
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Study Finds Biological Nitrogen Removal in Soil Aquifer Treatment System Offers Substantial Advantages

Juried Article:

Alternative Small-Flow Wastewater Technologies in the Arid Southwest

Feature Articles:

• Aeration Technology Provides Savings on Electric Bills

• Michigan Counties Adopt Onsite System Inspections to Protect Great Lakes

• Recycling RSF Effluent to Conserve Water

• Q&A Soil Evaluation Techniques

SFQUNL11DL/Magazine: 52 pp. (2002)

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2002 Small Flows Magazine, Winter
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Atlantic States Attach Coastal Degradation

Juried Article:

Proposed National Onsite Standards: A Broad Assessment of Their Relative Benefits to Industry

Feature Articles:

• Florida Approves Installation of Performance-Based NoMound Systems

• Onsite Septic Systems: Educating the Homeowner

• New Pump Technology May Improve Small Package Plant Treatment

• Electrical Training and Licensing of Onsite Systems Installers in Oregon

• Q&A Septic Tank Additives

SFQUNL09DL/Magazine: 48 pp. (2002)

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2003 Small Flows Magazine, Fall
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Tire Chips: A Growing Trend as Aggregate in Soil Absorption Systems

Juried Article:

Evaluation of a Recirculating Sand Filter Followed by a Subsurface-Flow Constructed Wetland to Achieve Denitrification

Feature Articles:

• Robotics Keeps Workers Out of the Trenches

• Analysis of Tire Chips as a Substitute for Stone Aggregate in Nitrification Trenches of Onsite Septic Systems: Status and Notes on the Comparative Macrobiology of Tire Chips vs. Stone Aggregate Trenches

• Bacterial Source Tracking Uncovers Culprits of Contamination in Watersheds

• Q&A Biofilters

SFQUNL16DL/Magazine: 52 pp. (2003)

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2003 Small Flows Magazine, Spring
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Hybrid Sequencing Batch Reactors: A California Resort’s Solution for Efficient Wastewater Treatment

Juried Article:

In-Ground Dispersal of Wastewater Effluent: The Science of Getting Water into the Ground

Feature Articles:

• Demo V Offers Remote Monitoring on Web

• War Battles Against the Odds To Build a Wastewater Treatment Plant

• Operation, Maintenance, and Management of Small Wastewater Systems

• Reciprocating Constructed Wetlands for Treating Industrial, Municipal, and Agricultural Wastewater

• Q&A Maintaining Home Aerobic Units

SFQUNL14DL/Magazine: 52 pp. (2003)

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2003 Small Flows Magazine, Summer
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

GIS/GPS Takes Wastewater Management from File Cabinets to Databases

Juried Article:

Phelps County Update: Case Study of a Public Water Supply District Providing Centralized Management of Decentralized Wastewater

Feature Articles:

• Fifth Annual National Onsite Wastewater State Regulators Conference

• Saving Money in Waynesville, Ohio

• Wisconsin’s Oneida Indians Manage Wastewater with Award-Winning Success

• Q&A How to Extend the Life of Your Drainfield

SFQUNL15DL/Magazine: 52 pp. (2003)

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2003 Small Flows Magazine, Winter
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Septic System Maintenance Helps Keep Vision of Nags Head Alive

Juried Article:

Performance Evaluation of a Recirculating Sand Filter and Peat Filter in West Virginia

Feature Articles:

• How to Keep Your Water “Well”

• Colonia Residents Take STEPs to Improve Their Community

• Ohio Provides a New Twist to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) Program

• Q&A Effluent Filters

SFQUNL13DL/Magazine: 52 pp. (2003)

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2004 Small Flows Magazine, Fall
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Homeowner Cost Cutter: Build Your Own Constructed Wetland

Juried Article:

Cost and Affordability of Phosphorus Removal at Small Wastewater Treatment Plants

Feature Articles:

• Think septics are always bad? Then you don’t know sewage.

• Onsite System Management Tool Increases Compliance in Wisconsin

• Legal Views: When Systems Fail

• The Cycle of Life: Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse

• Offensive Odors Don’t Always Mean Septic System Failure

• Q&A Roof Drains & Septic Systems

SFQUNL20DL/Magazine: 64 pp. (2004)

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2004 Small Flows Magazine, Spring
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Goodbye Honeybucket? Wastewater Treatment in Alaska Native Villages

Juried Article:

Skaneateles Lake Watershed Composting Toilet Project

Feature Articles:

• That Was Then, This Is Now. . . NSFC Celebrates 25 years of Helping Small Communities

• Life in Rural Alaska Native Villages

• Landscaping Options for Onsite Systems

• Brothers Create First Onsite Wastewater System Public Utility

• NSF International Test Site a Necessary Component to a Safe Environment

• New Treatment Plant Boosts Pennsylvania Township’s Economy

• Q&A Drainfield Inspection: Does My Drainfield Ever Need Inspected?

SFQUNL18DL/Magazine: 56 pp. (2004)

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2004 Small Flows Magazine, Summer
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Wastewater Reuse Conserves Water and Protects Waterways

Juried Article:

Municipal Wastewater User Charge Rates in Nebraska

Feature Articles:

• Small Flows Forum: Watertight Tanks

• Legal Views: Mandatory Connection Policies

• Soil Characteristics—Demystifying Dirt

• India’s Wastewater Treatment Status

• India Museum Pays Homage to the Toilet

• Q&A Composting Toilets

SFQUNL19DL/Magazine: 56 pp. (2004)

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2004 Small Flows Magazine, Winter
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

The Mystery Behind PPCPs

Juried Article:

Wastewater Infiltration into Soil and the Effects of Infiltrative Surface Architecture

Feature Articles:

• Martha’s Vineyard Town Devises Septic Management Plan

• Taking the Gush Out of the Flush

• Understanding Wastewater Operational Problems in Small Treatment Systems

• NESC Helps Local Main with Failing Septic

• Q&A Septic Tank Inspection

SFQUNL17DL/Magazine: 56 pp. (2004)

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2005 Small Flows Magazine, Fall
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Alternative Energy Sources To Treat Wastewater

Juried Article:

Designing Cluster and High-Density Wastewater Soil Absorption Systems to Control Groundwater Mounding

Feature Articles:

• Water Softener Backwash and Homeowner Onsite Systems

• Cracking the Code: Sedgwick County Leading By Example

• Protecting Water and Wastewater Assets: Where Do We Go From Here?

• Q&A Planning for an Onsite System, Keeping Your Property System-Safe

SFQUNL24DL/Magazine: 56 pp. (2005)

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2005 Small Flows Magazine, Spring
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story/Juried Article:

Lessons Learned from Latin America: A Case Study on the Use of Wastewater Stabilization Ponds in Honduras

Feature Articles:

• Federal Funding for Wastewater Systems

• Regional Grants for Wastewater Projects

• Self-Sustainability: The Alternative to Grants

• Design Problem: Serial Drainfields

• Asset Management: A New Frontier for Utilities

• Addressing the Need for Asset Management Training

• Q&A Cesspools

SFQUNL22DL/Magazine: 64 pp. (2005)

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2005 Small Flows Magazine, Summer
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

CDC Looks at Links Between Wastewater and Disease

Juried Article:

Recommending Policy on Ownership and Operation of Cluster Wastewater Systems

Feature Articles:

• Eradicating Straight Pipes and Failed Systems in Kentucky

• The High Price of Ignorance

• Indian Point: A Grassroots Model for Onsite Management

• Q&A Aerobic Treatment Units

SFQUNL23DL/Magazine: 62 pp. (2005)

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2005 Small Flows Magazine, Winter
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Constructed Wetlands in Cold Climates

Juried Article:

A Survey and Analysis of the Cost of Individual Onsite Septic Tank and Lagoon Treatment Systems

Feature Articles:

• A White Paper on the Status and Future of Decentralized, Onsite Wastewater Treatment Technologies in Florida

• A 25-Year History of the Onsite Industry: Where have we been and where should we be going?

• Legal Views: Yes, Virginia, Property Owners’ Associations Can Be a Great Way To Manage Onsite Systems

• Don’t Shoot the Messenger

• NESC and Habitat for Humanity Help Family in Need

• Q&A Winter Wetlands

SFQUNL21DL/Magazine: 64 pp. (2005)

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2006 Small Flows Magazine, Fall
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Making an Impact: The Watershed Approach

Juried Articles:

Water Quality Effluent From a Recirculating, Vertical-Flow, Constructed Wetland

Performance of an Advanced Integrated Pond System

Feature Articles:

• Legal Views: Decentralized Technology and the Anti-Growth Backlash (Part Two)

• Onsite Wastewater Training in Rhode Island

• Regional Wastewater Grants and Loans

SFQUNL28DL/Magazine: 40 pp. (2006)

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2006 Small Flows Magazine, Spring
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Treating Troubled Waters

Juried Article:

Wastewater Surge Volume and Storage Requirement Design Considerations

Feature Articles:

• Legal Views: Some Thoughts on Obtaining Easements for STEP Systems (Part Two)

• NSF International and Wastewater

• Conservation May Help Control Costs with Flow Reductions

SFQUNL26DL/Magazine: 40 pp. (2006)

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2006 Small Flows Magazine, Summer
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Preserving Natural Character While Planning for a Community’s Future

Juried Article:

Nitrogen Removal in Small Flows Wastewater Facilities in Massachusetts

Feature Articles:

• Legal Views: Decentralized Technology and the Anti-Growth Backlash (Part One)

• Evolving a Rational Design Approach for Sizing Soil Treatment Units: Design for Wastewater Effluent Infiltration

• The Baby Boomers are Leaving! Planning for a Changing Workforce

SFQUNL27DL/Magazine: 40 pp. (2006)

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2006 Small Flows Magazine, Winter
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Wastewater Planning Is an Integral Part of Smart Growth

Juried Article:

The Regulation of Alternative Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems in the Great Lakes Region

Feature Articles:

• Legal Views: Some Thoughts on Obtaining Easements for STEP Systems (Part One)

• Drainfield Rehabilitation

• Q&A Household Hazards: What’s a safe alternative for household cleaning solutions?

SFQUNL25DL/Magazine: 52 pp. (2006)

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2007 Small Flows Magazine, Fall/Winter
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Volunteer Teens Get Down and Dirty, North Carolina’s Less Fortunate Get Help

Juried Articles:

Comparison of a Commercially Available Chlorine and an Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit for Onsite Wastewater Systems

A Rational Method for Determining Design Flows for Cluster Systems

GIS Mapping of Land Application Sites for Septage Management in Mahoning County, Ohio

Feature Article:

In My Opinion. . . Water Softener Backwash Brine Stresses Household Septic Tanks and Treatment Systems

SFQUNL30DL/Magazine: 36 pp. (2007)

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2007 Small Flows Magazine, Spring/Summer
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

It’s Never Too Late To Stay Up-to-Date

Juried Articles:

Effects of Embedment on Flow Through Sand Columns

Performance of a Dual-Power Multicellular, Aerated Lagoon System in Corcoran, California

Feature Articles:

• Legal Views: Point-of-Sale Inspections-Productive or Pointless?

• Federal Programs Use Program Assessment Rating Tool

SFQUNL29DL/Magazine: 36 pp. (2007)

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2008 Small Flows Magazine, Fall/Winter
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Avoid the Temptation: Don’t Duplicate What’s Already Been Done

Feature Article:

• SMART About Water: Helping America’s Small Communities Protect Their Source Water

• Decisions, Decisions—Using Social Marketing to Help People Make the “Right” Decisions

• Paying for Sourcewater Protection

• A National Treasure and A National Disgrace: Pennsylvania Helps Restore the Bay

• SORA/COI© Offer it and they will come

• Watershed Association Cleans Up Coal Camp Legacy

• Q&A: How does the maintenance of onsite septic systems affect source water protection?

SFQUNL32DL/Magazine: 40 pp. (2008)

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2008 Small Flows Magazine, Spring/Summer
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Sewage, Environment, and Drinking Water Save the Source, Save Some Money

Feature Article:

• SMART About Water: A new environmental project designed to protect drinking water quality

• Working Together to Fix Waste and Water Problem

• Funding Source Water and Wellhead Protection Programs

• Using Social Marketing for Water Source Protection

• Q&A: Source Water Protection and Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems

SFQUNL31DL/Magazine: 24 pp. (2008)

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2009 Small Flows Magazine, Fall/Winter
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Algae Plus Wastewater Equals a Valuable Resource

Feature Article:

• Green Requirements Grow Economy and Benefit Environment

• SORA/COI© Conference Marks 11th Year Adopts Bylaws

• Being Prepared before the Next Disaster Strikes

• Q&A: How to Maintain Your Drainfield

SFQUNL34DL/Magazine: 36 pp. (2009)

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2009 Small Flows Magazine, Spring/Summer
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Climate Change Effects on Community Water and Wastewater Systems

Feature Article:

• Make a Splash With Your Communications

• To Sewer or Not To Sewer, Well Managed Decentralized Systems Make Sense

• Who is Protecting Rural America’s Source Water?

• NESC Marks 30 Years

• SORA/COI© Conference

• In My Opinion. . . Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Getting Off the Grid Saves Money and Watersheds

SFQUNL33DL/Magazine: 40 pp. (2009)

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2010 Small Flows Magazine, Fall/Winter
National Environmental Services Center

Cover Story:

Extending the Nation’s Water Supply, Treated Wastewater Is a Valuable Resource

Feature Article:

• Alaska Update—Five Years Later: Honey Bucket Still Not Retired

• Looking for Local Water Quality Information? Your Land-Grant University’s Extension Service Can Help

• Luxury Toilets Give New Meaning to the Term “Throne”

• An Environmental Menace, Meth Labs Endanger Public Health

• Help Your Septic System Reach Old Age, Installing Water-Efficient Plumbing Fixtures Extends System Life

SFQUNL35DL/Magazine: 36 pp. (2010)

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