Testing could be coming for Kewaunee County land with septic waste spreading

By Tim Kowols


Kewaunee County Board supervisor Lee Luft plans on asking state Department of Natural Resources officials to test land affected by septic waste spreading. Three to five million gallons of septic waste is spread on Kewaunee County land each year. Luft says the testing of the land is necessary to learn more about the long-term effects of septic spreading.



Septic waste spreading has been a topic of discussion at the last two Kewaunee County Land and Water Conservation meetings, including its latest session earlier this week.

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