If you do not live in an area with reticulated sewerage and you are building a house or extending an existing home to add more bedrooms, you need to apply for a permit to install or alter a septic tank system. Septic systems are based on the number of bedrooms in a home.
Permits are valid for two years and construction of the system must be installed as outlined in the permit to install.
A 'Permit to Use' will be issued once the system is installed and all necessary inspections have been completed and the plumber's compliance certificate submitted.
When you have completed a septic tank application form send your form with the following documents:
You can get more information and advice by contacting council.
The system you install must be approved by the Environment Protection Authority (EPA). Visit the EPA website for more information.
These businesses can undertake a land capability assessment for you.
This list is provided for your information; we do not endorse any companies.
C D Watts & Associates
106 Jones Road, Eagle Point 3878
0412 560 515
Chris O’Brien Engineers
10 Dalmahoy Street
0402 384 596
162 Macleod Street
0419 568 525
Simon Anderson Consultants
Suite 3a, 111 Main Street
0412 544 255
Streeter Civil Engineering Services
PO Box 126
0409 575 362
Lot 284 Powers Road
Delegate NSW 2633
0499 076 424
2 Chaucer Street
Box Hill South 3128
0434 020 683
28b Albert Street
0447 613 594