What This Means to You|
Starting May 31, 2005 only a registered practitioner can carry out maintenance,
installation and site assessments on septic systems.
has completed an education and training program approved by the BC Onsite
Sewage Association (BCOSSA). He is registered with the Applied Science Technologists
& Technicians of British Columbia, with his credentials he is a certified
planner and installer of septic systems in the Province of British Columbia.
With the new regulations only a certified planner and installer can install
and plan a septic system for your home or business. All such projects must
have permits but the Waste water Practitioner has the responsibility and ability to approve each project. Browse
through our site and have all of your questions regarding septic, wastewater, whether for your home or business answered.
We service the Western Communities, Colwood, Langford, Sooke or anywhere in the greater Victoria Area or Gulf Islands that relies on Septic Fields to process their
wastewater and sewage issues.