Onsite wastewater regulations database now online

May 20, 2002
Want to know the regulations for onsite wastewater systems in your state? Now you can search the National Small Flows Clearinghouse's Regulations Database online.

MORGANTOWN, WV, May 20, 2002 -- Want to know the regulations for onsite wastewater systems in your state? Now you can search the National Small Flows Clearinghouse's Regulations Database online at http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/nsfc/nsfc_regulations.htm.

This collection can help customers seeking information for a particular state or those who want to compare regulatory structures between states. It is particularly useful to states seeking assistance in revising regulations.

The Regulations Database allows customers to review copies of onsite wastewater regulatory documents and helps the NSFC determine if it is meeting the growing and changing needs of the regulatory community.

It should be noted that while information from the database is provided to customers, the NSFC does not interpret regulations for customers. For additional information, please contact your state's onsite wastewater regulatory contact. A list of contacts is on the Web at http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/nsfc/nsfc_regulations_contacts.htm.

In addition, the NSFC maintains four other databases which include:

* Bibliographic: thousands of articles dealing with onsite and small community wastewater issues;

* Manufacturers and Consultants: industry contacts for wastewater products and consulting services;

* Facilities: approximately 1,000 facilities using conventional, innovative, and alternative wastewater treatment technologies; and

* Contacts and Referrals: a list of organizations involved in onsite and small community wastewater infrastructure at the national, state, and local levels.

For more information about these databases, visit http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/nsfc/nsfc_databases.htm on the Web or call the NSFC at (800) 624-8301 or (304) 293-4191 to request a free Database Brochure.

Located at West Virginia University, the NSFC is a nonprofit organization funded by the EPA to provide free and low-cost information about wastewater treatment options for small communities and individual homeowners.

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