NITROGEN- REDUCING BIOFILTER SYSTEM

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The “Florida Springs and Aquifer Protection Act”, passed during the 2016 legislative session, directed the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to develop restoration plans, known as Basin Management Action Plans (BMAPs).

Under these plans, new septic systems on lots of less than one acre permitted in some sensitive springs areas (Priority Focus Areas, or PFAs) will be required to be nitrogen-reducing. New conventional systems will no longer be permitted in these areas except when a sewer will be available within five years.

  • Under these plans, new septic systems on lots of less than one acre permitted in some sensitive springs areas (Priority Focus Areas, or PFAs) will be required to be nitrogen-reducing. New conventional systems will no longer be permitted in these areas except when a sewer will be available within five years.

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While aerobic septic systems are often used as replacements for existing failed gravity-powered septic systems they can be expensive to maintain and install.