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Disaster Relief: Flooded Private Sewage Systems

Publication Number: IS1695
View as PDF: IS1695.pdf

A flooded private sewage system can be hazardous. Sewage may back up into the home, contaminate drinking water and prevent proper sanitation until the system is fixed. You can't control rainfall or flooding in your area, but you can prepare for high water problems and respond appropriately to emergency flooding. Download the pdf above to learn more.

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