Septic upgrade grant funding available for Charles County residents

One more strike against nitrogen, one more point for the Bay.

The Charles County Commissioners and the Charles County Department of Health today announced that grant funding will be available to homeowners wishing to upgrade their on-site sewage disposal system with nitrogen removal capability. The grant funding will also pay for the first five years of maintenance. These funds are made available through the fees paid to the Bay Restoration Fund by owners of on-site sewage disposal systems. (Southern Maryland Headline News)

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