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by Gary Kent
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Attending class.Gary Kent photo.Thirteen individuals responsible for permitting and inspecting septic systems outside of the city attended an eight-hour course on understnding soils for treatment and disposal of wastewater Friday at Bee County's Community Services offices. Mark Richard Hansun of Lake Jackson was in town to teach the course and answer questions. The course is required by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for license renewal and for continuing education credits.
Attending class.Gary Kent photo.Thirteen individuals responsible for permitting and inspecting septic systems outside of the city attended an eight-hour course on understnding soils for treatment and disposal of wastewater Friday at Bee County's Community Services offices. Mark Richard Hansun of Lake Jackson was in town to teach the course and answer questions. The course is required by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for license renewal and for continuing education credits.
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Thirteen individuals responsible for permitting and inspecting septic systems outside of the city attended an eight-hour course on understanding soils for treatment and disposal of wastewater recently at Bee County’s Community Services offices. Mark Richard Hansun of Lake Jackson was in town to teach the course and answer questions. The course is required by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for license renewal and for continuing education credits.
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