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K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Environment and Natural Resources » Waste Management

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  • MF3067
    Phytoremediation: Protecting the Environment with Plants

    Phytoremediation uses vegetation to contain, sequester, remove, or degrade inorganic and organic contaminants in soil, sediment, surface water, and groundwater. Kansas State University developed a phytoremediation database. The database contains more than 120 contaminants and 1,130 plant species. 8 p.

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  • MF946
    Why Do Onsite Wastewater (Septic) Systems Fail?

    Do your drains empty slowly? Does sewage back up? Do you have a wet, smelly spot in your yard? Is your septic tank effluent piped to a road ditch, etc? If so, your septic system is failing.

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  • MF2290
    Wastewater Pond Operation, Maintenance and Repair

    Wastewater ponds, or lagoons, are used for treating and disposing wastewater from individual homes. The home-owner or occupant is responsible for operation, maintenance & repairs.

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  • S90
    Your Wastewater System Owner/Operator Manual: Folder

    Folder to contain publications from Kansas State U. and Kansas Dept. of Health and Environment on septic systems.

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  • MF2179
    Get to Know Your Septic System

    If sewers & central wastewater treatment plants are not available, an onsite wastewater treatment system is needed. It must treat the wastewater and allow it to be absorbed by soil or evaporation.

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