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 Program Contacts

Nate McConoughey
Supervisor
216.201.2000 ext 1239
nmcconoughey@ccbh.net
Megan Conklin
Program Manager
216.201.2000 ext 1266
mconklin@ccbh.net

 

Septage Haulers

The Ohio Sewage Treatment System Rules require septage haulers to register in every county they work in on an annual basis. These rules define a septage hauler as “any person who engages in the collection, transportation, disposal, and/or land application of domestic septage.”

Along with registering as a hauler, each pumping vehicle must also be permitted. Details related to the registration process and other requirements can be found in Section 3701-29-03 of the Ohio Sewage Treatment System Rules.

All haulers, installers and service providers now use the same local registration form: Sewage System Installer  Permit Application

To find a registered local hauler, review this list of Registered Septage Haulers in Cuyahoga County.

 

Sewage System Installers

The Ohio Sewage Treatment System Rules define an installer as “any person who engages in the business of installing or altering or who, as an employee of another, installs or alters any sewage treatment system or gray water recycling system.”

These rules require all sewage treatment system installers to be registered in every county they work in on an annual basis. Details related to specific installation and registration requirements are located in Section 3701-29-03 of the Ohio Sewage Treatment System Rules. 

All haulers, installers and service providers now use the same local registration form: Sewage System Installer  Permit Application

Contractors can print and utilize this STS As-Built Drawing Form.

To find a registered local installer, review this list of Registered Sewage System Installers in Cuyahoga County.

The Operator Training Commission of Ohio (OTCO) can be a valuable resource for contractors involved in all aspects of the sewage treatment system program. OTCO’s primary focus is to “design, develop, and deliver various types of training programs for individuals in water and wastewater utility occupations in business, industry, and government.”

 

Sewage System Service Providers

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The Ohio Sewage Treatment System Rules define a service provider as “any person who services, monitors, evaluates or samples, but does not install or alter, sewage treatment systems or gray water recycling systems.”

Service providers play a vital role in sewage system operation and maintenance since service contracts and yearly inspections are required on many types of systems.

Prior to conducting activities each year, sewage treatment system service providers are required to register with the Cuyahoga County Board of Health.

Details related to registration and reporting of service to a sewage system can be found in Section 3701-29-03 of the Ohio Sewage Treatment System Rules.

All haulers, installers and service providers now use the same local registration form: Sewage System Installer  Permit Application

To find a registered local service provider, review this list of the Registered Service Providers in Cuyahoga County.

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