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There are three types of wastewater, or sewage: domestic sewage, industrial sewage, and storm sewage.
The main difference between a Type 1 and a Type 2 septic system is that a Type 2 septic system includes an additional secondary wastewater treatment stage. As with a Type 1 system, the anaerobic bacteria break down the solids in the oxygen-free septic tank.
Section 3.1(2)(b) of the Sewerage System Regulation requires a sewerage system setback distance (including septic tanks) of no less than 30m from wells that supply domestic water.
In modern systems, septic tanks are typically 10 feet from the house. The septic tank is usually within two feet of the ground surface. The distribution box and absorption field are typically located downslope from the septic tank.
Class 4. A sewage system which consists of a treatment unit (generally a septic tank) and a leaching bed system. A permit is required to this type of septic system.
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Because of past negative experiences, both for us and the unfortunate homeowners, the Health Department now requires that anyone who wants to their own septic system take and pass our Installers Exam.
93-40, stipulates the following: I. A minimum lot size of one-half acre (average gross) per dwelling unit is required for new developments in the Region using on-site septic tank-subsurface leaching/percolation systems.
The Onsite Wastewater Practitioner Training Program is a ten-day course divided into two sessions. You must complete all ten days training successfully in order to receive certification. Training fees must be received in our office prior to the course date. Please contact our office to register.
Type 2 treatment plants usually employ aerobic treatment processes (i.e. adding oxygen) to treat domestic sewage, using an integrated air blower to mix oxygen with the sewage. As with Type 1 systems, Type 2 disposal fields can consist of trenches, seepage beds, or sand mounds.
Authorized persons or homeowners under authorized persons supervision can construct and/or maintain Type1 or Type 2 onsite sewage systems.

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