Why did I receive a letter regarding the proposed On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems (OWTS)?

Owners of existing OWTS systems will be receiving a letter regarding the proposed OWTS regulation update. No action is needed unless any of the conditions noted in question #6 apply.  This letter is intended to provide information and the opportunity for public comment.

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1. How does the proposed increased fees apply to septic owners, system cleaners, and installers?
2. How do I obtain a Use Permit?
3. Why did I receive a letter regarding the proposed On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems (OWTS)?
4. What else is being changed by the proposed regulation?
5. Who is required to obtain a Use Permit?
6. What circumstances require a Use Permit?
7. What are the next steps after I submit the Use Permit Application?
8. How do I find a certified inspector?
9. Who does the inspection and what does the certified inspector look for?
10. What if the certified inspector identifies a problem with the On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems (OWTS)?
11. What if the certified inspector determines the On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems (OWTS) is malfunctioning?
12. What does a Use Permit cost?