Massachusetts I/A Septic System Basics for Beginners

Massachusetts I/A Septic System Basics for Beginners

Join the Yankee Onsite Wastewater Association for a one-day workshop on May 15 in Hadley, Massachusetts, to learn about the different types of I/A systems that are approved by the Department of Environmental Protection in Massachusetts. You'll learn what is required for review of these systems; what to look for during installation of I/A systems; and what to expect from operation and maintenance reports during the life of the system. View the flyer here.


  • Roland Dupuis, P.E. — Retired DEP staff and currently owner of DCubed, an environmental engineering company; designer of numerous I/A systems including certification as a designer of Bottomless Sand Filter approved in Massachusetts 
  • Alyssa Rusiecki, R.S. — 20 years of experience in Title 5 as a municipal health agent and currently the assistant director of environmental health services, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • Steve Nelson — Owner of Clearwater Recovery, an approved I/A technology and O&M provider for all types of I/A systems throughout Massachusetts

Credit: 6.0 credit hours for Massachusetts Title 5 SE/SI

Tuesday, May 15, 2018
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Holiday Inn, Hadley, MA

Cost: Members $60; Nonmembers $75; Nonmembers (includes 2018 membership) $110 

Click here to register.


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