Updated System Requires Long Run to Surface Discharge

Complex North Carolina child care center project relies on a neighbor easement to the reach dispersal point in a pond a half-mile away

Updated System Requires Long Run to Surface Discharge

A pair of dual-compartment tanks from Shoaf Precast with Orenco Biotube effluent filters and lids and risers before being backfilled. A worker in the background cuts pipe with a DEWALT reciprocating saw. (Photos courtesy of Full Circle Environmental)

In 2008, the nonprofit Turning Point Community Development Corporation opened on the property of a former car dealership in Henderson, North Carolina, to provide a much-needed community center offering preschool and educational programs for children.

However, an application to...

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