Public forum April 4 examines septic systems, water qualityPosted March 30th, 2012
Three specialists will discuss septic systems and how to keep them from degrading surface and groundwater. The Clark County Clean Water Commission will host the discussion during its next meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 4, in the sixth-floor training room of the Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St. in Vancouver.
A septic system not properly sited, designed, installed or maintained can cause water pollution and a health hazard. Wednesday’s presentation will cover a number of topics, including how local agencies are trying to address failing septic systems. Presenters will include:
- Steve Bacon, a professional engineer who serves as development planning engineer for Clark Regional Wastewater District.
- Sheryl Hale, a professional engineer who manages the City of Vancouver Sewer Connection Incentive Program.
- Aaron Henderson, environmental health program manager for Clark County Public Health.
To ensure adequate seating, RSVP to Earl Rowell at 360-397-2121, ext. 4580, or email@example.com.