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WHAT IS AN ONSITE WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM? Onsite wastewater treatment systems (OWTS) are used to treat wastewater from a home or business and return treated wastewater back into the receiving environment. They are typically referred to as septic systems, because most involve a septic tank for partial treatment. Correctly designed, installed, and maintained, onsite systems can effectively treat domestic wastewater and disperse it into the environment, thereby protecting from ground or surface water contamination.
A Septic system is a method of disposing and treating household wastewater in areas where public sewers are not available
Septic (OWTS) Permitting Permitting ensures the efforts to reduce the risk of contaminating groundwater and surface water and reduce the risk of people from exposure to untreated sewage.
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