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An On-Site Sewage Facility (OSSF) is a wastewater system that treats and disposes of sewage produced on the site location and has a daily usage of less than 5000 gallons.
An On-Site Sewage Facility, commonly called a septic system, is a method of waste disposal that uses natural processes to treat and dispose of the wastewater generated in your home.
View the Do's and Don'ts of septic systems.
Septic regulations are put into place to protect you as the homeowner/occupant, your septic system, and the environment.
Complete and submit OSSF permit forms and view water conservation tips.
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