NJ Septic System Regulations

New Jersey septic system regulations are primarily there to keep people and the environment safe. When it comes to onsite wastewater treatment of your home, you are responsible for the septic system, so it's important that you know the septic tank and septic system is working properly and not a health hazard to your family, neighbors or the environment.

To get specific information about your town or county, you can contact your local health department regarding local septic system regulations. This link can help you find out about your local health department: http://www.state.nj.us/health/lh/directory/lhdselectcounty.shtml.

You may also find this link helpful to get additional information on NJ septic systems: http://www.nj.gov/dep/dwq/owm_permits.htm

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