Keep it in good working order.
We help you maintain your septic system. We provide:
- Information about your septic system type.
- Your septic system's risk level.
- Inspection deadline reminders.
A well maintained septic system:
- Reduces pollution of drinking water, lakes, rivers and Puget Sound.
- Keeps you, your family and pets healthy.
- Extends the life of your septic system.
- Saves you money.
- Foul odors inside or outside your house.
- Gurgling sounds in the plumbing.
- Sewage on the ground.
- Sewage backing up into your house
Step 1: Contact a certified O&M Firm to determine the cause of the problem.
Contact Onsite at email@example.com or (253) 798-4788.
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- Caring for your septic system—Simple steps to protect your home.
- Septic care incentive program—Key Peninsula homeowners can save up to $450 toward a septic system inspection, pumping and riser installation.
- Septic systems—United States Environmental Protection Agency guidance for septic systems.
- Certified septic system service companies—A list of certified companies that can provide septic system related services.
- Environmental Health Code Chapter 2-Onsite Sewage—Our local onsite sewage regulation.
- How to Plant and Build Around Your Drainfield—Guidance for landscaping.
- On-site septic information for homeowners—Our onsite septic system guidance brochure.
- Questions to ask your septic system professionals—Our list of questions to ask your certified septic professional.
- Selling your home—Why and how to have your onsite septic system inspected by us for real estate transactions.
- Septic Safety for Homeowners—Our tips on keeping your septic system safe and preventing injury.
- Gravity septic systems—healthy and unhealthy.
- Pump septic systems—healthy and unhealthy.
- Mound septic systems—healthy.
- Sand-lined bed septic systems—healthy.
- Sand filter septic systems—healthy.
- ATU septic system with drip field—healthy.