Contest aims to engage with the decentralized community and build excitement for the 10th anniversary of SepticSmart Week
Aug 2, 2022
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. EPA's Decentralized Wastewater Program has announced the launch of its first-ever photo challenge. As a lead-in to SepticSmart Week, the photo challenge aims to engage with the decentralized community and build excitement for the 10th anniversary of SepticSmart Week.
Submissions should be informative, educational, and creative depictions of septic systems. Some examples could be a photo of a water body that is protected from household sewage overflows, a drawing of a septic system, an illustration of Septic Sam, or a comic depicting steps to protect a household septic system.
The top three images will be featured on EPA's septic website and shared on EPA's Office of Water Twitter and/or Facebook pages.
Photos can be submitted to the Decentralized Wastewater Program (email@example.com) from August 1 to September 16, 2022. The full announcement and guidelines can be found on EPA's septic website: https://www.epa.gov/septic/2022-septicsmart-photo-challenge.