New Maryland Law regarding Septic Systems in Critical Area

Real Estate Agent with Exit By the Bay Realty

According to the Southern Maryland News:

Failing septics near water must now be upgraded

New law says grants, tax credits cover costs

The article goes into detail regarding homeowners within 1000 feet of tidal waters who have a failing septic system that needs replacement will have to replace the system using the best available technology.  The goal is to reduce the amount of nitrogen run off into the Chesapeake Bay.  The article focuses on St Marys County, but the law covers the entire state of Maryland.

To see the complete article, click here:Southern Maryland News

For more information, on selling homes in the criticla area, give me a call!

Jen Anderson, Exit 1 Stop Realty, 301-758-0391




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