Almanac

News - May 12, 2010

Correction

In a story on alternative on-site residential wastewater treatment in the April 21 issue of The Almanac, the story incorrectly stated that the typical price of a system is $70,000.

The cost of the system itself, including site evaluation, permits, and installation, is between $30,000 and $50,000, said Andrew Brownstone of BioSphere Consulting of Santa Cruz in an interview with The Almanac.

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