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SEPTIC SYSTEMS 101 & BEYOND

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015

The care, maintenance and awareness of homeowners Septic Systems are the topics discussed by Moore County Environmental soil scientist & Environmental Health Specialist, Bill Dunlop, Jeff & Chris (Jeff) Kerr of Marlin’s Septic Service, real estate broker Rachael Hernandez of Berkshire Hathaway and recent home purchaser, Stephanie Lemke. “Out of sight, out of mind” seems […]

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Septic Systems in Moore County – Part II

Saturday, December 6th, 2014

Bill Dunlop, Soil Scientist and Environmental Health Specialist in Moore County and Jeff Kerr of Marlin’s Septic Service discuss the basics of Septic Systems for Moore County Homeowners with an emphasis on care & maintenance. Septic System tips can be found at www.soil.ncsu.edu/publications/soilfacts/ag-439-22 Tim Venjohn of Rhodes & Company joins Bill Sahadi in this discussion. […]

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PROJECT DRINK & LIVE

Friday, October 25th, 2013

Australian native, Shane Elson has 15+ years of engineering experience in both private consultancies and local government. His current role involves engineering & cultural research for the initial purpose of providing clean water and waste water solutions for the rural areas of Southern Kalimantan, Indonesia. This is a remote corner of the world with many […]

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The Father – Son Connection

Saturday, June 16th, 2012

Father’s Day is the occasion for an in depth discussion of this relationship. Marriage and Family therapist, Keith McDaniel, Clinical Psychologist Dr. Kira Mello Rogers and soil scientist and friend, Bill Dunlop share details of this important relationship between father and son, from a professional and personal vantage point. These three Moore County residents pool […]

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POTTERY COUNTRY – Yesterday and Today – Seagrove & Northern Moore County -July 23rd

Saturday, July 23rd, 2011

Pottery artist/instructor Charlie Riggs discusses the history of the pottery industry in Moore County. From the production of the utilitarian clayware of the 1700’s to the clay artistry of the present, Charlie explains how and why northern Moore County & Seagrove became the chosen home of so many talented potters and artists in clay. Charlie […]

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Issues with home Oil Tanks and the benefits of installing a Generator on your home

Saturday, May 14th, 2011

If you’ve got an oil tank buried on your property that is no longer in use, soil scientist, Bill Dunlop, discusses the varied ways to remove or shut down these systems in an environmentally safe way. Dan Davis of Cummins Onan Generators and Robby Snyder, project manager of Fowler Electric of Southern Pines discuss the […]

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What you should know about your septic system

Saturday, March 20th, 2010

March 20: What you should know about your septic system – Bill Dunlop of the Moore County Environmental Health Dept. and Betsy Robinson, broker/owner of Area Real Estate Partners discuss the ins and outs of Septic systems, and their care and maintenance. http://www.foreproperties.com/mp3/2010/March/Septic-System-2010-Mar-20-32bit.mp3 FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

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