The Regional Office Program is developing a new voluntary installer program for contractors who install onsite wastewater treatment (septic) systems and potable water supply connections. The concept is to provide installers the information and training associated with the proper siting, design, and construction of wastewater systems and potable water supplies that are regulated by the Wastewater System and Potable Water Supply Rules.
Training classes will be developed based on best practices and the requirements contained in the Wastewater System and Potable Water Supply Rules.
Our long term goal is to have all of the Division's public documents available to you electronically via this public web-interface.
The Regional Offices have scanned the documents and plans from their current project files into pdf format and entered them into the document database. The older microfilmed documents, though not yet accessible on-line, are expected to be available in the near future.
To be eligible for a designer's license, a person must:
Beginning July 1, 2007, every parcel of land came under the authority of the State's on-site wastewater & potable water supply system program. As a result of this change, a state permit is needed for most repairs, upgrades, and new construction of on-site wastewater treatment and disposal facilities, on-site potable water supplies, and connections to municipal water distribution and wastewater collection systems.