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Failure to have your alternative septic system inspected annually could result in fines. All Service Contracts Include Required Inspection and Maintenance.
FAUQUIER COUNTY, PRINCE WILLIAM, STAFFORD & SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTIES
Letters were mailed to all owners of alternative onsite sewage systems notifying them of the requirements for annual inspection and a relationship with a licensed operator. Call SES to schedule your inspection now.
The Fairfax County Health Department recently notified all owners of alternative onsite septic systems that they must retain a licensed operator to inspect these systems annually. Call SES to schedule your inspection now.
Alternative Septic System inspections are due by July 1, 2011. Call SES to schedule your inspection now.
E-Loo Systems SES is the Mid-Atlantic distributor of the E-Loo (Enviro Loo) non-discharge dry solar toilet. Approved in many states, the unit can be used as a stand alone sanitation system where water and sewer or septic are not available. This evaporative toilet is unique in that it separates liquids and solids resulting in quicker evaporation and no odor. The Eloo is not a conventional composting toilet but will operate anywhere that a composting toilet is used, only with less effort and no odor. Tested in many countries around the world the E-Loo is now available in the United States and Canada through SES.
Thousands of units have been installed over the world. Applications include:
SES has inspected, removed and installed thousands of above and underground petroleum storage tanks since 1992. We specialize in serving individual home-owners, small convenience stores, farms and medium sized petroleum companies. SES employs several approved methods to determine the integrity of the tank depending on the site conditions and other factors. Most of our clients who are purchasing real estate with underground petroleum storage tanks are equally interested in three things:
Even if the existing tank is tight, significant contamination can occur from over-fill or spillage during filling. Another concern is that there was a leak from a previous tank in the same location that was ignored when the current tank was installed.