Free “Septic Sense” Workshop at Griffin Fire Station, May 3

Thurston County Public Health & Social Services Department sponsors a free “Septic Sense Workshop” at Griffin Fire Station, 3707 Steamboat Loop NW, May 3, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm.

Click here to register online or by calling Thurston County Environmental Health at 360-754-4111; TDD line is 754-2933.

Participants will receive take-home materials and a coupon for $10 off of tank pumping.

Dr. Diana Yu, health officer for the Thurston County Public Health and Social Services Department, published an article entitled “Don’t let septic system go bad” in the April 14th issue of The Olympian. Click here to read that article and learn more about the critical importance septic tank health plays in the groundwater all of us drink

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  1. I attended this workshop, at the Fire Station. Highly recommended! Since 99% of Thurston County residents drink from groundwater, we owe it to ourselves to make sure our septic systems are functioning correctly. This was a very informative (and, while free, it’ll probably save me hundreds of dollars) 2 hours. Click on the link to register online for other locations for this workshop.

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