The Water Quality Program monitors the proper treatment and disposal of all wastewater for household and small flow (semi-public) sewage treatment systems in a manner which will protect surface and groundwater from contamination. This program also reviews, inspects and regulates new sewage systems, replacement systems and sewage system alterations.
Below is a list of the inspectors and the areas that they serve:
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Professional Soil Scientists Consultants List
Sewage System Designers List
Registered Service Provider Contractors List
Registered Installer List for Household Sewage Treatment Systems
Registered Septage Haulers List
The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) is proposing the rescission of the current Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3701-29 and replacing this chapter with the new proposed sewage treatment systems rules. This rule posting represents an initial draft set of rules for comment. Comments will be accepted through February 8, 2013. ODH will post this initial draft set of rules, review the comments provided, and then propose a second draft of rules that will be posted in late February, 2013 for the official 60 day review period, which will include the Ohio Public Health Advisory Board review, and the Common Sense Initiative review. The rules will then be final filed with the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (65 day process). We anticipate final adoption of the rules by mid-summer 2013, with a proposed effective date in the fall of 2013. To review the current draft rules will also be posted on the ODH website.