Real Estate Professional Workshop: Septic Systems in Vermont
For real estate professionals in northwestern Vermont
Discover how septic systems work and the various kinds of systems installed in Vermont. Understand the regulatory framework for on-site wastewater systems and potable water supplies. Learn how to address the permit and approval issues that might occur when buying and selling property. Discuss potential septic issues at the time of sale. Learn how to access online resources for answers to site specific questions and permit applications as well as to contact regional managers.
This class is being offered virtually on Zoom. Attendees will receive a link to access the Zoom meeting 24 hours before the class.
Our presenter for this session will be Cristin Ashmankas form the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation. This course has been approved for 2 CE credits.
To sign up for the class, contact Linda Patterson at Lake Champlain Sea Grant at linda.patterson [at] uvm.edu
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