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Srf mo ark 2016-10

  1. 1. Protecting and Preserving our Ozarks Heritage
  2. 2. Evaluation of Movement of Septic System Effluent from Lake Development Into Near- Shore Areas of Table Rock Lake September 2001 Table Rock Lake Water Quality, Inc. Kimberling City, MO Midwest Environmental Consultants
  3. 3. Sampling Arrangement
  4. 4. FLUOROMETRY RESULTS Cow Creek Fluorometry Survey - July 25, 2001 0 5 10 15 20 25 7:05 7:20 7:35 7:50 8:05 8:20 8:35 8:50 9:05 9:20 Time Fluorescence(FSU)
  5. 5. FLUOROMETRY RESULTS North Indian Creek Fluorometry Survey - July 9, 2001 0 5 10 15 20 25 11:00 11:20 11:40 12:00 12:20 12:40 13:00 13:20 13:40 14:00 14:20 Time Fluorescence(FSU) Developed Shoreline Area
  6. 6. WATER CLARITY DATA Water Clarity Data at Monitoring Locations for July 25, 2001 Sampling Event 0 5 10 15 20 25 Cow Creek Little Indian Creek Main Channel North Indian Creek Little Aunts Creek Aunts Creek Monitoring Locations SecchiDepth(ft)
  7. 7. Septic systems cumulative pollution
  8. 8. Home Lake is 8 foot below full
  9. 9. Straight pipe…….
  10. 10. LIFT THE TRAP DOOR TO…SEWAGE!
  11. 11. ANOTHER OLD METAL TANK
  12. 12. CHILDREN ARE PLAYING WITH KEN & BARBIE IN RAW SEWAGE
  13. 13. Solutions for failed septic systems Tough site conditions
  14. 14. Right to left are untreated sewage, septic tank effluent, peat moss filter effluent (the color is tannin from the peat) and RetroFAST effluent.Right to left are untreated sewage, septic tank effluent, peat moss filter effluent (the color is tannin from the peat) and RetroFAST effluent.
  15. 15. Septic Remediation Program Septic Pumpout Program
  16. 16. Project Numbers 2012-2015:  SRF Grant: $1,000,000 (First round)  MDC/Fish Habitat Grant: $150,000 (Match)  Systems Replaced 138 (65% near water) *Total Nitrogen in lbs – 1,600 *Total Phosphorus in lbs - 350 *Pounds of algae (dry) – 30,100 *wet (pea soup) algae – 160,000 * Based on models and average nutrient levels contained in septic effluent. Homes within 300’ of water 45 Homes within 300-1000’ of water 44
  17. 17. Map of Upper White River Watershed Interstate 44 Aurora
  18. 18. Septic Remediation Grant / Loan $2 Million in Federal Funds  50% Grant – 50% Loan (zero interest or fees)  2012 – 2015: $1 Million SRF spent at 138 sites  2015 – Present: $805,000 spent at 84 sites  $360,000 from loan repayment from first round  $445,000 from DNR SRF Grant ($655,000 left)  To date: $1,805,000 spent at 222 sites  $8,130 average assistance per site
  19. 19. Who is Qualified?  Upper White River Watershed of Missouri.  Septic system must be documented as failing  Applicant must be the property owner
  20. 20. What does Ozarks Water Watch Provide?  Application packet: www.ozarkswaterwatch.org  Step-by-step guidance and information  Reimbursement % amount is based on the homeowners income  Amount provided is ½ grant and ½ 0% loan not to exceed $30,000 combined grant and loan  OWW pays all county filing fees  Payment is made to property owner
  21. 21. Poverty Scale 100% <150% 151% - 300% 301% - 500% > 500% G-L-M 50%-50%-0 40%-40%-20% 30%-30%-40% 20%-20%-60% Household Size 1 $11,880 $17,820 $17,821 - $35,640 $35,641 - $59,400 $59,400 2 $16,020 $24,030 $24,031 - $48,060 $48,061 - $80,100 $80,101 3 $20,160 $30,240 $30,241 - $60,480 $60,481 - $100,800 $100,801 4 $24,300 $36,450 $36,451 - $72,900 $72,901 - $121,500 $121,501 5 $28,440 $42,660 $42,661 - $85,320 $85,321 - $142,200 $142,201 6 $32,580 $48,870 $48,871 - $97,740 $97,741 - $162,900 $162,901 7 $36,730 $55,095 $55,096 - $110,190 $110,191 - $183,650 $183,651 8 $40,890 $61,335 $61,336 - $122,670 $122,671 - $204,450 $204,451 INCOME GUIDELINES based on % of Federal Poverty Level Grant% - Loan% - Match% For families/households with more than 8 persons, add $4,160 for each additional person.
  22. 22. What does the property owner provide?  Signed Application and Terms of Agreement  Onsite Observation Form Completed by Septic Regulator  Proof of Ownership and Identity  3 Bids from Licensed Installers  Copy of Inspection, Soil Test & County Permit  Final Invoice, signed & dated  Photos of project in process  Signed Deed of Trust (if taking loan)  Maintenance Agreement (Advanced systems)
  23. 23. Important Notes!!!  No construction until approval is received by DNR  Property can’t be sold before this process is complete  The reimbursement is made to the property owner after completion of system  The property owner pays Installer
  24. 24. An inspection is a must when buying a home that has an OWTS or Septic System. There is just no way to know what you may be getting into without an inspection.
  25. 25. Examples of Replaced Systems
  26. 26. Collapsed Metal Tank Advanced system with pump tank
  27. 27. Old Rusted Tank Drip Laterals in Imported Soil
  28. 28. Started with this. Ended with this.
  29. 29. Solid Bedrock Advanced System with Drip Field
  30. 30. SEPTIC TANK PUMPOUT PROGRAM IN TABLE ROCK LAKE WATERSHED 2007 - 2016 • Benefits: • $50 rebate for homeowners per pumpout • In Taney County, Sewer Sales Tax pays balance – 100% paid! • Septic maintenance education • Prevents lateral field failure due to solids build-up
  31. 31. How do people qualify? Steps: 1. Call TRLWQ/JRBP and get on a visit schedule 2. Take a quick survey - 3. Visit, one-on-one or in a group with JRBP or TRLWQ staff about septic system maintenance and other water quality conservation activities 4. Take a Rebate form 5. Call a pumpout company from the list provided to schedule pumpout 6. Have pumper fill out rebate form 7. Return rebate form and pumpout receipt to TRLWQ/JRBP for $50 rebate
  32. 32. Rebate form: 1. Documents WQ staff visit 2. Gets pumper information 3. Must be original 4. List of pumpers-- agree to allow TRLWQ/JRBP to check on where they take waste---document waste disposal method, location etc.
  33. 33. 1,860 Pumpouts 2007 - 2012 700 Pumpouts 2015 - 2017
  34. 34. The End
  35. 35. Speaker Contact Information: David Casaletto Executive Director Ozarks Water Watch P.O. Box 636, 2 Kissee Ave. Kimberling City, MO 65686 417-739-4100 dcasaletto@ozarkswaterwatch.org www.ozarkswaterwatch.org

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