Additional Information

For additional information please use these helpful links from some of our partners.

Read the National Environmental Services Center’s report on benefits for municipals to support onsite wastewater treatment.

CDC Report: “For example, in Florida, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service criteria determined that 74% of the soils have severe or very severe limitations for conventional on-site systems.” Click here to read more.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Voluntary National Guidelines for Management of Onsite and Clustered (Decentralized) Wastewater Treatment Systems.  Click here to read.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Management of Nutrients from Onsite Systems.  Click here to read.

Read more about the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Certified Installers of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems (CIOWTS) Credential or find a CIOWTS Credential Holder in your area.

View the CIDWT Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Glossary here. The definitions provided in this glossary were specifically chosen for their usefulness to professionals in the field of decentralized wastewater treatment.

Click Here for Creating a Green Yard the Sustainable Way.

Alabama sides with Florida against Georgia in water wars. Find Our More Here.

TAPP shows you how to make simple changes that make a BIG difference to the water quality of Tallahassee’s rivers, lakes, and streams.

Municipal Association of South Carolina – Promoting cities and towns as the economic engines of SC.

Watch the YouTube video from the Environmental Protection agency on Nutrient Pollution here.