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Onsite Waste Water | back to top
An estimated 100,000 outdated household septic systems are still in use across Iowa that do not provide adequate wastewater treatment. Old septic systems, usually consisting of only a septic tank, discharge improperly treated human sewage into ditches or underground tile lines that empty into creeks, waterways, and ravines. These old tank systems fail to meet wastewater treatment codes because they contribute to the pollution of Iowa's groundwater, streams, rivers and lakes with pathogens and nutrients.
See Onsite Wastewater System Assistance Program for more information.
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