NH Towns that Ban Sludge or Have Local Ordinances Stricter than State Rules

Towns with "somewhat restrictive" sludge rules

Belmont, Brookline (no sludge on aquifers), Chester, Dover, Jefferson, East Kingston, Haverhill, Lancaster, Landaff, Littleton, New Hampton (ban on landspreading septage), Northfield, Rollinsford, Stratham, Tamworth, Walpole, Whitefield

Towns which have bans, moratoriums or very strict ordinances on landspreading sewage sludge

Acworth, Alton, Alexandria, Atkinson, Auburn, Barnstead, Benton, Bethlehem, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Claremont, Danville, Deering, Easton, Effingham, Epping, Farmington, Greenland, Jaffrey, Kingston, Loudon, Madison, Middleton, Milford, New Boston (moratorium), Newbury, Nottingham, Ossipee, Rochester, Salem, Sandown, Sandwich, Strafford, Stratford, Sutton, Tilton, Wakefield, Webster, Winchester, Windham

Towns where Board of Selectmen have enacted sludge control ordinances in their capacity as the Board of Health, pursuant to authority granted by RSA 147.1

Madison, Tilton, Milford, Salem, Chester, Effingham, Windham