Resources

Water quality and treatment resources

At Septic Check, we want to help customers understand not only the “how” of our systems and services, but also the “why” behind everything we do — environmental stewardship that protects our resources now and into the future, while providing superior function that meets immediate water treatment needs. The following links represent resources that share our commitment and goals, or offer helpful education and information regarding water quality and related issues, that make a difference for all of us.

Educational links

University of Minnesota Water Resources Center

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) NOTE: THIS LINK IS NO LONGER VALID. PLEASE ADVISE. NEW LINK OR REMOVE IT?

Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) NOTE: THIS LINK IS NO LONGER VALID. PLEASE ADVISE. NEW LINK OR REMOVE IT?

Industry associations

Business associations


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