Septic systems are wastewater treatment systems that collect, treat, and disperse wastewater generated by a home or business. The wastewater is treated and discharged to the soils rather than collected and transported to a wastewater treatment plant. The typical septic system consists of a septic tank and some kind of leachfield to disperse the wastewater into the ground.
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.
LICENSED DESIGNER CONTINUING EDUCATION
Examinations are given for a Class A license (both written and field); for a Class B license; and for Class B Designers who wish to design water supply systems beyond individual water supply wells.
Graham Bradley 802-622-4129
To be eligible for a designer's license, a person must: