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12/31/03

Septic System Seems To Work Well

The results are good for a new septic tank filter system being tested in Gulf Park Estates. Jackson County Supervisor John McKay told WLOX News the Earthtek Enviro-filters meet state requirements in cleaning septic tank run-off.

Ocean Beach Estates residents have battled septic tank back-up problems for years. Heavy rains makes the problem worse.

Earlier this year, the state Health Department halted development in the area until the problem was solved.

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