Need a septic system?  There are options.  In British Columbia when someone lives in an area not serviced by a municipal sewer system, they must have an in-ground treatment and disposal system. More commonly known as a septic tank or septic system they are governed by very strict BC Regulations.

Residential Wastewater Systems

Residential wastewater systems needs to be constructed, installed and maintained according to regulations to prevent sewage from entering ground water or service water.  With the regulations the onus is on the homeowner and industry professionals to make sure that the system has been properly installed.  Now the legislation requires that an “Approved Person” (AP) files a “Record of Sewerage System”, including the plans, and after they install the system, files a “Letter of Certification” along with a maintenance plan to finalize the system.

That might be a lot to digest but it is critical that before you start any wastewater project that you speak to a Registered Onsite Wastewater Practitioner (ROWP).

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Barry Rumsey the owner of BioHarmony is a Registered Onsite Wastewater Practitioner (ROWP) and he can provide you with a step-by-step plan that will make sure that your new residential wastewater system will meet your needs and BC Provincial Regulations. Contact us to get started.

Find Out Why Residential Wastewater Systems Are Better Than Traditional Septic Systems

Our proprietary system offers your home benefits that stagnant septic tanks just can’t compete with. The BioCycle System is not only better for the environment, it may help increase the property value of your home while conserving water; a valuable resource.

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