LANSING—State Sen. Mike Green, R-Mayville, and Ray Daniels, owner of Daniels’ Septic Service in Sterling, testified before the Senate Natural Resources, Environment and Great Lakes Committee last week in support of House Bill 4874. The legislation would reform the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act (NREPA) to allow residents with septic tanks to seek more competitive pricing for waste disposal by repealing the service areas requirement in the law and by prohibiting publicly-owned facilities from monopolizing such services within their jurisdiction.
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Photo Description: State Sen. Mike Green, R-Mayville, (right) and constituent Ray Daniels, owner of Daniels’ Septic Service in Sterling testify in support of HB 4874 before the Senate Natural Resources Environment and Great Lakes Committee.
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