West and Rhode Riverkeeper

We work with our community to enforce environmental law, to
promote restoration, and to advocate for better environmental policy.
Contact us: 443-758-7797  ♦  jeff@westrhoderiverkeeper.org

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Septic System Upgrades

Septic Systems, especially those in the Critical Area, can be a significant source of nitrogen pollution when they are failing or are not maintained in good condition. Conventional septic systems deliver a large portion of the nitrogen into the groundwater and ultimately into our rivers. New nitrogen-reducing systems can dramatically reduce the amount of nitrogen pollution coming from a septic system. Grant money may be available from the Bay Restoration Fund to offset costs of replacing older septic systems with newer nitrogen reducing models. Visit the Anne Arundel County Department of Health website for information and to see if you are eligible.