Septic Sense has been developed to provide landowners access to the information, resources and support that can help them responsibly manage their septic systems.
Following a highly successful pilot program in 2015, with funding support from Alberta Innovates – Energy and Environment Solutions, Land Stewardship Centre (LSC), in partnership with the Alberta Onsite Wastewater Management Association (AOWMA), are offering Septic Sense workshops January through March 2017. Here is the list of workshops scheduled for winter 2017.
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What You Can Expect at a Workshop
Workshop presenters will teach you how to understand, assess and properly manage your septic system, enabling you to protect your investment in your property and the valuable natural assets associated with your land. If you have a septic system on your rural property, you will benefit from attending a workshop.
Septic Sense Resources
Looking for more information about how to care for your septic system? We’re pleased to offer you the following downloadable resources and links >>
Questions or Comments?
For more information about the Septic Sense program or to request a workshop please contact us.
Did you know?
- According to Alberta Municipal Affairs, the average person puts 340 litres of sewage through a private sewage system (septic system) every day.
- Improperly managed septic systems can potentially have a significant negative effect on the Alberta landscape.
- Septic system owners are responsible for ensuring their systems operate properly and safely.