South Central Health District of Georgia

The South Central Health District

Bleckley. Dodge. Johnson. Laurens. Montgomery. Pulaski. Telfair. Treutlen. Wheeler. Wilcox.

Sewage Program

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Through our sewage program we provide many services that help to protect public health as well as Georgia’s natural resources. These services include septic tank permits, repair permits, existing system evaluations, site evaluations, and subdivision plan reviews. Inspections are also required on both septic tank permits and repair permits. Each inspection is performed by an Environmental Health Specialist according to the Rules and Regulations for On-Site Sewage Management Systems (Chapter 511-3-1). These inspections help to ensure correct installation and proper repair of domestic on-site sewage management systems. Through regulating the installation and repair of on-site sewage systems, our department helps to protect Georgia’s groundwater, drinking water, and surface water from harmful organisms and chemicals.

A Homeowner’s Guide to Onsite Sewage Management Systems

Georgia Certified Septic Tank Installer Companies (by County of Business Location)

*Visit the form finders menu on the home  page of this website to obtain septic certification request forms for your county.