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Contractor Licensing
Onsite Wastewater (Septic) Installer License
An Onsite wastewater (septic) installer, as defined in the County Sanitation Code, is any person duly licensed to construct, install and/or repair any private on-site wastewater disposal systems authorized by this Code.  Every person who conducts the activity of an Installer, shall apply for, obtain and maintain a valid Installer’s license to perform that activity. 

The Onsite Wastewater (Septic) Installer Regulations is available in the Environmental Health Department Office or you can download them in pdf format by clicking here.

The Onsite Wastewater (Septic) Installer License Application is available in the Environmental Health Department Office or you can fill out the application in pdf format by clicking here and print it off.

Onsite Wastewater (Septic) Hauler License
An Onsite wastewater (septic) hauler, as defined in the County Sanitation Code, is any person duly licensed to perform sanitary disposal services.  Sanitary Disposal Service, as defined in the County Sanitation Code, is the pumping out and removal of wastewater from private wastewater disposal systems and the transportation of such material to another location for treatment or disposal.
Every person who engages in or conducts the activity of a Sanitary Disposal Contractor shall apply for, obtain and maintain a valid license to perform that activity

The Onsite Wastewater (Septic) Hauler Regulations is available in the Environmental Health Department Office or you can download them in pdf format by clicking here.

The Onsite Wastewater (Septic) Hauler License Application is available in the Environmental Health Department Office or you can fill out the application in pdf format format by clicking here and print it off.

Onsite Wastewater (Septic) Inspector License
An Onsite wastewater (septic) Inspector, as defined in the County Sanitation Code, is any person who engages in or conducts the activity of a Wastewater and Waterwell Inspector shall apply for, obtain and maintain a valid license to perform that activity.

The Onsite Wastewater (Septic) Inspector Regulations is available in the Environmental Health Department Office or you can download them in pdf format by clicking here.

The Onsite Wastewater (Septic) Inspector License Application is available in the Environmental Health Department Office or you can fill out the application in pdf format by clicking here and print it off.

Current list of Soil Profilers, Installers, Pumpers/Haulers and Inspectors
Environmental Health Courtesy List of Current Licensed Installers, Pumpers/Haulers and Inspectors as well as Soil Profilers is available in the Environmental Health Department Office or you can download the list in pdf format by clicking here.



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Guy Crabill
Franklin County Sanitarian