Find out at a Septic Sense Workshop!
Learn how to protect your investment and keep it happy for a lifetime of service. Well maintained septic systems will save homeowners money and keep bacteria and nutrients out of local creeks, lakes, and Puget Sound.
Kitsap County residents who own a septic system are welcome to attend a FREE workshop that will include information about:
- How septic systems work
- The best ways to care for them
- How to detect if a system is failing and what to do next
- Low interest loan programs for septic repairs
- How to safely landscape your septic drainfield
- Info about low-interest loan progams for septic system repairs
We will provide refreshments and free green cleaning kits (pictured, one per household).
Details for the next Septic Sense workshops:
April 2018 Septic Sense
Date: Tuesday, April 10
Place: Seabeck Conference Center
Maximum registration: 70
Online registration: https://septic-april2018.bpt.me
May 2018 Septic Sense
Date: Tuesday, May 15
Place: Kingston Community
Windermere Blue Heron Room
Registration max: 75
Online registration: https://septic-may2018.bpt.me
Contact Lisa Rillie at 360-337-7157 x3244 or email@example.com for more information
This class is free of charge and open to the public. Space is limited.
If you can’t join us these dates you can also sign up to be notified when the next workshop is scheduled.
Here are some resources to help you improve the function and extend the lifespan of your septic system:
- Homeowners Guide to Onsite Sewage Systems
- Craft3 Clean Water Loans
- USDA Single Family Housing Repair Loans & Grants
- Selling a Property with a Septic System
- Pumping Your Septic System
- Septic Sense, Scents, Cents: Supreme Insights to the Fearless Flush
- Landscaping Your Septic System
- Kitsap Public Health District Septic Resources
Are you interested in joining us for the next Salmon Docent training? Sign up to be notified when the next training is scheduled!
Workshops are sponsored by Clean Water Kitsap, a multi-agency partnership working to reduce flooding, prevent pollution, and restore fish habitat. To learn more about what we are doing to keep water clean and what you can do to help, explore the Clean Water Kitsap website.