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NESC Adds New Products

The National Environmental Services Center has added five new products to its Online Shopping Cart available at http://nesc.wvu.edu/products.cfm.

Buying or Selling a Home with an Onsite Septic System

This issue of Pipeline discusses the issues anyone who is buying or selling a home with a septic system may face. The newsletter includes information about inspections, system types, and typical questions a buyer or seller may need to consider. Order #SFPLNL54DL.

Minimizing Nitrogen Discharges from Onsite Wastewater Systems

Reducing the amount of nitrogen released from onsite wastewater systems has become a controversial issue in certain parts
of the country. In some locales, property owners are being encouraged or even required to add nitrogen- reducing systems to new and existing septic systems. This Pipeline explores why controlling nitrogen is an issue and how the units work. Before discussing how nitrogen treatment systems work, however, it is worth- while to cover some basic information about nitrogen. Order #SFPLNL55DL.

 

Water Efficiency for Public Water Systems

This document introduces water efficiency for public water system identifies measures to improve water efficiency, and provides recommendations on how water systems can get started and continue making water efficiency improvements. This document is intended for small and medium‐sized water systems as well as technical assistance providers and state programs that support or regulate these systems. Order #DWBLMG216DL.

Strategies for Saving Energy at Public Water Systems

This document discusses energy issues facing public drinking water systems, steps systems can take to understand and reduce energy use and costs, and funding resources for energy efficiency. This document is intended for small to medium-sized water systems as well as technical assistance providers and state programs that support or regulate these systems. Order #DWBLMG217DL.

 

Water Availability and Variability Strategies to Public Water Systems

This document covers water availability and variability issues faced by public water systems, the potential consequences of climate change on water availability and variability, and the steps that water systems can take to address these uncertainties. This document is intended for small and medium‐sized public water systems as well as technical assistance providers and state programs that support or regulate these systems. Order #DWBLMG218DL.

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