For those cities and towns that are considering a plan to take advantage of the changing regulations regarding septage disposal, the Big Fish System is the best solution. Municipalities are beginning to realize the seriousness of raw, untreated septage contaminants to our groundwater, lakes, rivers and streams. In 2009, the State of Michigan passed legislation that will ban all ground application of septage materials in 2014, and will require septic pumpers to dispose of material only at a licensed facility. Florida and Massachusetts are seriously considering adopting the same legislation. Right now, there are very few options to deal with the problem and licensed facilities are in short supply. But for those communities wanting to take advantage of this opportunity, the Big Fish System is the only safe and sustainable solution, and it can be up and running in less than one year.