Sewer line raises concern (CT)

The massive project for Woodridge Lake seeks to put an end to a decades-long battle between the Woodridge Lake homeowners association and the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. In 1989, the agency issued a consent order over concerns about the lake association’s disposal field. The association has 19 miles of sewer lines which connect to a treatment plant on the lake property and then to a 98-acre field of ridge and furrow beds to handle the treated water. DEEP raised concerns about the use of the ridge and furrow beds and whether they could adequately handle the treated water.      Read the article…………


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