Sanitary Permit Plan Revision Fees
1) A change in the estimated wastewater flow.**
2) A change in the location of the soil absorption system.**
b. Moving the POWTS from the initial system area to the replacement system area or vice versa where there is a change in the system type.
c. Moving the POWTS from one area of the property to another area (May involve new soil test, new system design, change in system bottom evaluation, etc.)
$30 if Non-Pressurized
$100 if Non-Pressurized
|3) The system depth (system elevation) changes.**
a.The POWTS was installed at a deeper elevation resulting in additional/deeper soil borings becoming necessary.
|4) The system type changes.**
a.Non-pressurized POWTS type to a pressurized POWTS type.
|$105 if Inground Pressure
$410 if Mound Type, At-Grade, Sand Filter Type or Drip Irrigation
|5) Installation of a lift pump tank or dosing chamber.**||No Charge|
6) Reduction in septic tank, lift pump or holding tank capacity.**
|7) Change in system dimensions.**
a.Increase in the square footage of the absorption cell..
b.Reduction in the absorption cell square footage. (Meets Min. Size Requirements)
c.Change in the absorption cell dimensions. (absorption cell to chambers or vice versa where the POWTS type remains non-pressurized)
|8) Moving the location of the structure served by the POWTS.***||No Charge|
|9) Change in holding tank, septic and/or lift pump tank location or orientation.***||No Charge|
|10) Elimination of a lift pump tank or dosing chamber.***||No Charge|
|11) Addition of additional septic tank, lift pump or holding tank capacity.||No Charge|
Note: Certain revision types may require submission of a Sanitary Permit Application, plans and fee if applicable. Certain private sewage system types (I.E. pressurized distribution, holding tank, experimental or large systems) may require plan review by the Department of Industry, Labor and Human Relations prior to the issuance of a sanitary permit or revision approval by this Department.* Fee will remain at $100.00 if the sanitary permit was for a pressurized system design and the same type as originally approved and the permit has not expired.. ** Requires the submission of a sanitary permit application, fees and revised plans. *** Requires the submission of revised plans or the signing of the inspection report by the responsible plumber.