Septic Systems in Vermont

09 Feb

Septic Systems in Vermont - ZOOM

Septic Systems in Vermont - ZOOM

Tuesday, February 9, 2021 (9:00 AM to 11:00 AM)
2 CE Hours

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Septic Systems 101: This course is to inform about the common types of soil based systems and how they work, learn about the indicators for alternative/innovative technologies and other filtrate systems, all about the wastewater system rules and permitting processes in the State of Vermont, and how to deal with issues at the time of sale.  There will be a Q&A period as well to get your questions answered as well.

2 Hours of CE

Class is being offered via ZOOM


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Cristin Ashmankas

Cristin Ashmankas is an Environmental Analyst with the State of Vermont’s Department of Environmental Conservation, Drinking Water & Groundwater Protection Division.  In this role, she works with engineers, designers, and the public in permitting wastewater, potable water, and public water systems. Prior to joining the State, she was a high school STEM teacher and a college professor of physical science.  She has been a geological and environmental consultant for various organizations and governmental agencies. Cristin holds a M.S. from the University of Rhode Island in Geological Oceanography, specializing in climate change in the Arctic and natural disasters, and a B.S. from Eckerd College in Physics and Marine Geophysics, specializing in Baffin Bay hydrology.  She grew up in Massachusetts, mainly Cape Cod, but has come to call the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont home.