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NESC Publishes New Articles

Learn More About Septic System Maintenance, Design-Build, Integrated Water Resource Management

The National Environmental Services Center (NESC) has published three new articles on its main website.

The article “Maintaining Septic Systems Can Help Community Residents Save Money and Protect Local Waters and Public Health” describes resources and strategies local officials can use to educate community residents about caring for and maintaining their septic systems.

“Is Design-Build the Future for the Water Sector?” discusses the concept of design-build, a technique widely used in large construction projects, and whether this will become more wide spread with water construction projects.

“Managing Our Water Resources for People, the Economy, and Nature” provides an overview of integrated water resource management, a holistic approach to managing water now and in the future.

All three articles are available at: www.nesc.wvu.edu/media/latest_news.cfm

These new articles join hundreds of other articles about drinking water, wastewater, stormwater and other topics available on the NESC website. Go to www.nesc.wvu.edu and use the Google site search feature to find the information that you need.

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