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  1. Household Well Water Testing

    https://setll.osu.edu/node/105

    It is recommended that homes that are served by private wells be tested at least once a year. While testing can be expensive, it is the only way to ensure safe, clean water. At minimum, testing should include total coliform bacteria, nitrate, pH, and tota ...

  2. Wastewater Treatment Principles and Regulations

    https://setll.osu.edu/node/95

    Sewage treatment begins with the separation of large solids and debris. Water is then left in tanks so that large particle will settle at the bottom and grease will rise to the top. Three methods are availiable to take the clarified wastewater and mix it ...

  3. Wastewater Management in Rural Communities

    https://setll.osu.edu/node/94

    Three options to treat the wastewater: 1) Gather all the wastewater in a community, treat, have the water flow into a stream. 2) Gather all the wastewater in a community, treat, use irrigation to discharge water. 3) Manage individual home treatment system ...

  4. Septic Tank- Mound System

    https://setll.osu.edu/node/91

    For land with shallow soils and a limiting condition, a mound system may be the alternative. The sand is layered by gravel, which is layered by the distribution system. Above the system, topsoil can be home to non-woody plants. Property owners must mainta ...

  5. Using Soil to Remove Pollutants From Wastewater

    https://setll.osu.edu/node/90

    Soil that is being used as a wastewater treatment must be unsaturated, deep, and permeable to air and water in order to perform well. Only 16% of Ohio’s soil is ideal for traditional septic systems. Filtering, naturally occurring microbes, and adsorption ...

  6. 2000's

    https://ohio4h.org/about/hall-fame/2000s

    working at his dairy operation despite the fact that he is retired.  Paul has served as a positive role ...

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