Septic Problems in the News (Dec 2008)

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Red Bluff Daily News – Red Bluff, CA – Dec 14, 2008 Pete Stiglich

The proposed regulation is in response to Assembly Bill 885 which mandated the State Water Board adopt such a regulation.

Once approved, it will set minimum statewide requirements for the permitting, monitoring and operation of OWTS.

Experts estimate the proposed regulation could cost California homeowners, businesses and developers between $350 million and $400 million each year.

If everything goes according to plan, expected implementation date of this new regulation is July 2010.



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The Morgan Messenger – WV – Dec 12, 2008 When septic systems are properly designed, constructed and maintained, they effectively reduce or eliminate most human health or environmental threats posed by pollutants in household wastewater. However, they require regular maintenance or they can fail.

Septic systems need to be monitored to ensure that they work properly throughout their service lives. By maintaining your system, you are potentially saving money by avoiding septic tank problems down the road and protecting water resources.


Calabasas – CA – Dec 11, 2008 Toby Keeler

After years of debate, the state of California is finally circulating draft regulations for onsite wastewater treatment systems to be implemented under Assembly Bill 885.

Owners of all OWTS will be required to have their septic tanks inspected for solids accumulation every five years by a service provider, not the government, and that documentation is to be retained by the OWTS owner, not submitted as a report. No operating permit is required. This is what the state will require.

Here is what the city of Calabasas has stated will be required every three years of those hundred or so homeowners with septic tanks.



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Charlotte Sun – FL – Dec 2, 2008 Dale Watson column

The proposed regulation is in response to Assembly Bill 885 which mandated the State Water Board adopt such a regulation.

Once approved, it will set minimum statewide requirements for the permitting, monitoring and operation of OWTS.

Experts estimate the proposed regulation could cost California homeowners, businesses and developers between $350 million and $400 million each year.

If everything goes according to plan, expected implementation date of this new regulation is July 2010.



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Belmond Independent – IA – Dec 2, 2008
Will everyone in Iowa’s tiny towns have to install or modify their septic tanks? That could be the result of a crackdown on small towns without sewer systems being led by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.According to Wright/Franklin County Sanitarian Earl Kalkwarf there are around 700 un-sewered towns in Iowa that are discharging septic tanks into the state’s waterways. That includes Alexander, Goodell and Rowan.”The DNR sent letters saying these towns have to come up with some sort of engineering,” Kalkwarf said. “That’s a waste of money unless the towns think they are going to be survivors and have people stay around to pay for it. A sewer system (like Belmond has) for a small town will cost millions of dollars.”

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