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  • Septic Systems


    Septic systems are site specific and many factors go into deciding the type of septic system that is best suited for your property. Due to soil characteristics, septic systems can change considerably from site to site.

    Some of the factors include the size of the property, the type of soil, depth to limiting zone (seasonal water table), and the number of bedrooms in the home.

    Septic systems will be designed as a conventional (gravity fed) system – Pressure Dosed, or Innovative and Alternative which require additional components. These additional components assist in the effectiveness of the septic system to protect our environment.

    • Design & Installation of Septic Systems
    • Repairs and Modifications of Septic Systems
    • Pumping & Cleaning
    • Site/Soil Evaluations
    • Class H Inspections
    • Yearly Maintenance Contracts
    • Residential and Commercial Systems
  • Installations

    • Standard Gravity
    • Capping Fill Gravity
    • Standard Pressurized
    • Capping Fill Gravity
    • Low Pressure Systems (LPP)
    • Elevated Sand Mounds
    • Micro-Fast Pre-Treatment
    • Retro-Fast Pre-Treatment
    • Puraflo Peat Bio-Filter
    • Drip Irrigation
    • Pretreatment Systems
  • Operation & Maintenance


    Purpose: Intended for all Innovative and Alternative On-Site Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Systems less than 2,500 gallons per day.

    Innovative and Alternative (IA) on-site wastewater treatment disposal systems are classified as anything other than conventional systems. These systems include but are not limited to advanced treatment units, peat biofilters, drip disposal or a combination thereof. In order to ensure proper operation and maintenance of I/A systems, the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) requires the permittee, through permit conditions, to maintain a service contract with a certified service provider for the life of the system.

  • Inspections


    Effective November 11, 2008


    7.1 An operation, maintenance and inspection program for individual onsite wastewater treatment and disposal systems (OWTDS) is hereby established for the Indian River, Indian River Bay, Rehoboth Bay and Little Assawoman Bay watersheds.

    7.2 For all properties utilizing an OWTDS that are sold or otherwise transferred to other ownership, the owner or trustee shall have their systems pumped out and inspected prior to the completion of the sale.

    7.2.1 For transfers of a new property, the certificate of completion will fulfill the requirements of this section.

    7.2.2 If an inspection has occurred within the previous 36 months and the property owner can provide documentation of such pump out and inspection, then such documentation will fulfill the requirements of this section.

    7.2.3 If the owner of an individual OWTDS provides proof of a licensed operator or has an annual service contract with a certified service provider then the requirements of this section have been met.

    7.3 Pump outs shall be performed by a licensed Class F Liquid Waste Hauler. Inspections shall be performed by a licensed Class H System Inspector.

    7.4 Standard inspection forms, developed by the Department, shall be used by the system inspector. The property owner shall provide the system inspector with all available pertinent 'information. The completed inspection report shall detail the results of the inspection. The system inspector shall provide the Department and the property owner with a written copy of the inspection report.

    - Request for Septic Inspection