It takes some paperwork, but some rural East Texas homeowners can get out of a crappy, and potentially toxic, situation with their septic systems.

Coordinating a grant-funded program to replace failing septic systems in the area known as the Attoyac Bayou Watershed, Emily Monroe of Texas A&M’s Texas Water Resources Institute said she’s come across homes that had no wastewater treatment system at all.

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