Onsite Wastewater Treatment System
Information

 

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Environmental
Services (Galena)
417-357-8200
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Septic System Information

Environmental Health is defined as the interrelationships between people and their environment. This fosters a safe and healthful environment that promotes human well being. We at the Stone County Health Department are committed to this through our efforts in managing the Onsite Wastewater Program with the issuance of septic permits, investigations and inspections. We also provide information through educational programs.

All Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems must be permitted. This would include new, repaired and replacement systems.

All onsite wastewater system permits shall be valid for one year after date of issuance. If the septic system is not constructed, modified, or repaired within one year, the permit is void and a new permit must be issued.

Please *view or print the following ordinances, information and applications for Onsite Wastewater Treatment:

  1. Stone County Health Department
    Onsite Wastewater Treatment System Ordinance


  2. OWTS Permit Application Procedure List

  3. OWTS Application Check List

  4. Soil Scientist List

  5. Licensed Installer List

  6. Licensed Installer Registration Form

  7. Onsite System Inspectors/Evaluators Registration Form

  8. Licensed Onsite System Inspectors/Evaluators List

  9. Septic Permit Application

  10. Set-Back Distance & Vertical Separation Table

  11. Variance Request Application Form

  12. Complaint Form

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Below you will find wastewater funding opportunity links and additional information :

Ozark Water Watch Financial Assistance Application

James River Basin Partnership Cost Share Program for Septic Tank Pump-out

Table Rock Lake Water Quality, Inc

Community Action Agencies

Wastewater Financial Assistance DNR

Missouri Housing Development Commission

The Missouri Association of Councils of Government

USDA Rural Development

State of Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services

EPA Septic System Information

Pressure Manifold Calculation Tool

Landlord Tenant Law