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The Town of Hampton is participating in EPA’s SepticSmart Week, September 20-24. The week is designed to encourage homeowners and communities to care for and maintain their septic systems. The EPA has a website dedicated to SepticSmart Week.
About six out of every 10 households in New Hampshire depend on septic systems or other types of onsite systems to treat their wastewater. These systems are critical in protecting the state’s water resources. These water resources are enjoyed by everyone whether you are swimming at Hampton Beach, kayaking on our ponds and creeks, fishing in our rivers and harbor, simply taking a drink of water out of your own kitchen faucet.
Failure to maintain a septic system can lead to backups and overflows, which can result in costly repairs and can cause health and water quality problems. An improperly maintained system can even be a significant source of groundwater contamination and cause issues with your drinking water well.
During SepticSmart Week, the Hampton Public Works Department is distributing education and outreach resources to help educate residents about their septic systems. Check out https://getpumpednh.com/ for more education and a rebate form for your next tank service. The EPA provides homeowners with easy to remember maintenance tips, including:
Click on the images below for some quick guides to help you be SEPTICSMART!