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We offer Conventional and Aerobic Septic Installation, Designs and Permits, Water/Wastewater Services, Maintenance Contracts, Public and Private Water System Operations.

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Question: Do I have to install an aerobic system?

Answer: A site and soil evaluation will determine what type of system must go into your soil. You must have a site and soil evaluation done by a Site & Soil Evaluator, Registered Sanitarian, or Professional Engineer licensed by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). The evaluation must be reviewed by the Designated Representative of Polk County before the system is installed and the system must be inspected again before it is covered up.

Question: Do I need an On Site Septic Facility (OSSF) Permit?

Answer: If you are the first home on a single tract of land 10 acres or larger, you do not have to purchase an OSSF permit, but you are still required to install a septic system that meets state standards. An OSSF permit is required for each additional home placed on the tract of land. If you have less than 10 acres, you must always purchase an OSSF permit before installing a septic system.
If your property is within 2,000 feet of Lake Livingston call the Trinity River Authority at 936-365-2292 for an on-site septic permit.

Question: How much land is required to install a septic system?

Answer: A minimum of ½ acre is required per septic system.

Question: Do I need a permit for a water well?

Answer: Effective January 9, 2009, all potential water wells drilled in Polk and San Jacinto Counties must have a registration permit prior to the drilling of the well. Contact the Lower Trinity Groundwater Conservation District at 936-327-9531 regarding the process. Forms are available at www.ltgcd.org.


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