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Environmental Health Specialists review applications and issue permits for new and repaired subsurface sewage disposal systems (septic tanks). South Central Public Health District also provides education, testing, and licensing for subsurface sewage installers.
Environmental Health Specialists review applications and issue permits for new installations, enlargements, and replacement subsurface sewage disposal systems. South Central Public Health District also provides education, testing, and licensing for subsurface sewage installers. Lists of installers and pumpers are provided as a public service, but SCPHD does not make recommendation or guarantee any of the contractors on the list. We suggest you thoroughly research a firm's qualifications and history before contracting with them.
South Central Public Health District is responsible for licensing and inspection of municipal solid waste facilities and transfer stations. We also provide technical assistance for these facilities when throwing away miscellaneous products.
Environmental Health Specialists review applications, provide consultations and site review services to help remove sanitary restrictions on subdivisions. For more information, contact an Environmental Health Specialist in your local South Central Public Health District office.
Home buyers, banks and other lending institutions may request an inspection of the existing well and subsurface sewage system construction, setbacks, and water quality as a condition of the sell or refinance of a property. Environmental Health Specialists will conduct this inspection, take appropriate water samples, and submit an “as is” report to the requester. If there is a water quality issue, the EHS will consult with the requester about procedures to remedy the problem.