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1. Why am I receiving a post card, when I never received one before?
2. How often am I required to pump?
3. Who do I call to pump my system?
4. How do I find out when my system was last serviced?
5. Who is responsible to update my pumping record?
6. How do I find out if my service provider reported the pumping or inspection report
7. Do I have to call the Planning and Zoning Office and verify that my system has been pumped and recorded?
8. Do I qualify for less frequent pumping (i.e. low-flow pumping)?
9. What does the pink post card mean?
10. What will happen if I choose not to comply?