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Tip #5
m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=361671021875519&id=109077080468249Welcome to SepticSmart week, an effort to educate property owners or renters on how to live with a septic tank.This is the last in a series of educational videos on the importance of properly using and maintaining their septic system, such as how a septic system works, what not to put down the drain, the importance of getting your well water tested, and more.

Today's video is called Don't Overload your Commode. www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcYAubOSEvc&feature=emb_logo
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Tip #5
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Eastern Connecticut is experiencing various stages of drought. Please follow the guidelines for your area. The water you save at the tap will help retain base flow in our streams.
#SaveOurFish
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Eastern Connecticut is experiencing various stages of drought. Please follow the guidelines for your area. The water you save at the tap will help retain base flow in our streams. 
#SaveOurFish

Tip #4
m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=361668148542473&id=109077080468249Welcome to SepticSmart week, an effort to education property owners or renters on how to live with a septic tank. We have been posting a series of educational videos on the importance of properly using and maintaining their septic system, such as how a sepcti system works, what not to put down the drain and the importance of getting your well water tested and more. Today's video is called Shield your Field.
www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=Q4bTQ0PQiJA&feature=emb_logo
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Update from DEEP to Inland Wetlands Agency and Staff:

In March, the new DEEP Municipal Inland Wetlands Agency Comprehensive Training Program was announced. This free online training program was custom built to allow agencies and their staff to meet the regulatory and training requirements of the Connecticut Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Act.

Important update: DEEP will be migrating the training program to a different learning management system. This will likely require deactivation of the course for a few months. Therefore, course registrations will not be accepted after September 30, 2020.

If you recently registered for the training program, or are currently progressing through the course, you will not be affected by this change. You will have 60-days to complete the training program following your initial log on. During that time, you may stop and resume the training, returning to the section where you left off. DEEP will mail an official certificate of program completion within 4-6 weeks following conclusion of the course.

If you intend to register for the training program, it is recommended you do so within the next two weeks. Registration is currently available on DEEP’s Training for Municipal Inland Wetlands Agencies web page. For registration or course technical assistance please contact the Charter Oak State College Support Center at support@charteroak.edu or at 860-515-3711.

Reopening of the registration portal will be announced once course migration has been completed.
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