DEQ Certified Installers
Certified Installer Program
The Environmental Complaints and Local Services Division (ECLS) has administered the Certified Installer Program since November 1, 1998. This program certifies on-site system installers to inspect their own installations. The installers can install a system, perform the inspection, complete the final backfill and grading and leave the site without a DEQ inspection.
Individuals may become certified for the following systems: conventional/shallow extended/evapotranspiration-absorption (CSE), lagoons, low pressure dosing (LPD), aerobic treatment with spray irrigation, and aerobic treatment with drip irrigation.
Duties and Responsibilities of DEQ Certified Installers:
- Ensure that an Authorization to Construct has been issued before construction begins.
- Prior to construction, notify the local DEQ Office of the time, date, and location of the installation.
- Submit an accurate, completed DEQ form number 641-576AS (final inspection) to the local DEQ office within ten (10) working days of system completion.
- Install on-site systems in accordance with Chapter 641.
- Maintain records of all systems installed.
DEQ Form number 641-576AS is not official unless signed by a DEQ representative.
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