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Learn How to Care for Your Septic at Free Workshop on Key Peninsula

September 20, 2017

Healthy septic systems protect your investment and the environment

Residents will get expert advice about septic system maintenance. Discounts on services available to those who qualify. Chance to enter raffle for free septic system services.

TACOMA, Wash. – Healthy septic systems help keep Key Peninsula beautiful. Residents can learn more about their septic systems at Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department’s free workshop.

The workshop is Oct. 12, 5:30-8 p.m., at Key Peninsula Civic Center, 17010 South Vaughn Road Kp N, Vaughn. Residents can learn septic system basics, troubleshooting tips, and the importance of septic maintenance and legally required routine inspections.

“Properly working septic systems play an important role in the health of our beautiful marine environment,” said Gary Porter, Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department program manager. “The workshop will help residents learn steps they can take to protect their septic—and Puget Sound lakes, rivers, and beaches,” Porter said.

Septic industry experts—including Flo Hawks, A Advanced Septic Services, Express Septic Service, and Cooper Consulting—will give presentations. The Health Department will offer up to $450-discounts on septic services for those who qualify. Residents can get copies of their system records and enter a raffle for free septic services and other prizes.

To attend

Reserve your spot for the workshop at http://bit.ly/SepticWorkshop. There will be light refreshments. Questions? Contact Jamie Zorich, health promotion coordinator, at jzorich@tpchd.org or (253) 405-6815. Visit www.tpchd.org/septic for more information about the Septic System program.

About Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department: Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department’s mission is to protect and improve the health of all people and places in Pierce County. As part of our mission, the Health Department tackles known and emerging health risks through policy, programs and treatment in order to protect public health. We are one of only 163 accredited health departments in the country and among six in the state to have met or exceeded the Public Health Accreditation Board’s quality standards. Learn more at www.tpchd.org.

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