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Attention: Alternative & Conventional Septic System Owners
The VA Department of Health is ramping up enforcement of annual Alternative Septic System inspections and required routine pumping of conventional septic systems.

Alternative systems must be inspected every year*. Septic tanks must be pumped out every five years. Failure to do so leaves property owners at risk for monetary penalties and possible misdemeanor criminal charges. *Loudoun County requires inspections between January - July
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At SES, our values are centered around family, community, charity and things that bring people together. We've always been committed to making a difference in our community by giving back in any way we can.

But this year, we aim to take it to the next level by not just giving once, but giving to a different charity each month!
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We would like to Welcome Peter Brooks, PE to the SES companies as director of Engineering and manager of the SES MA office in Powhatan, Virginia. Peter brings more than 30 years of professional engineering experience as...
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Communal Septic Systems

When multiple residential dwellings or mixed uses are connected to a single onsite sewage system, they are commonly referred to as communal, community, or mass onsite systems. All designs for communal systems require a Professional Engineer to direct the process from the preliminary engineering conference to the final plans and specifications.

SES is well equipped to design and construct your next communal system and has experience with systems from 6 to 156 homes.

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Ground Water Supply Systems

SES is experienced in the preliminary design, final design and construction inspection of water supply systems from 1,000 to 100,000 gallons per day. Water systems can be designed for residential, agricultural or commercial uses to serve transient and permanent populations. Wells for churches, restaurants and convenience stores require systems approved by the State Health Department and include ongoing sampling and monitoring.

Groundwater systems can be designed for Fire Suppression and may include treatment systems, water storage tanks and water booster stations.

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