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  • Writer's pictureLarry Thompson

2020 - It's a wrap!

Updated: Jan 2, 2021

As I write this we are ready to close out another year, and what a year it has been! In spite of the global pandemic, the housing market has remained strong in our area. TEC has been extremely busy - as evidenced by my most recent post being from April!

We have permitted a record number of alternative septic systems this year through COVID-19 permitting, Session Law 2018-114 permitting, and Engineered Option Permitting. We have also evaluated a vast amount of acreage for septic tank suitability and performed more seasonal high-water determinations than all previous years combined. In short, it has been a great year for business and it has been a real treat helping so many people get started on their dream projects!

As we enter into 2021, you might want to seek out a second opinion on property that has been denied a septic permit in the past or see what your options might be for property that you are tired of paying taxes on. The market is booming and TEC can help you develop a plan! #TEC #SoilScientist #AlternativeSeptic #SepticSolutions

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