Where does it go when you go?

Every home generates wastewater – via sink drains, dish and clothes washers, and flushed through the toilet, which must be treated to remove bacteria before it re-enters the environment.

Does your home wastewater drain to a municipal sewer pipe or a home wastewater system?

Together, we refer to Cesspools and Septic Systems as Home Wastewater Systems. Just like your furnace and your car, it performs a vital function that must be serviced.

This site provides homeowners with accurate information and guidance to keep their Home Wastewater Systems functioning reliably while saving money and protecting our precious water.

BE SMART! DON’T WAIT FOR FAILURE BEFORE SCHEDULING A PUMPOUT!

Pumping, inspecting, and maintaining your system will head off catastrophic failure and save you money in the long run.

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This website was prepared for the C.E.S.S.P.O.O.L. Project with funds from the New York State Department of State through Title 11 of the Environmental Protection Fund