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A dwelling or non-dwelling that generates wastewater must have an onsite wastewater treatment system that complies state regulations or be connected to a public sewer system or other wastewater works.
Prior to construction of a development area where an onsite wastewater treatment system is proposed on any lot less than three acres in size, the owner of the planned development area must submit an application for subdivision review.
Information relating to permits and “Authorization by Rule.”
Publications related to System Design and Installation requirements.
Any onsite wastewater treatment system that is constructed, reconstructed, altered, modified, or otherwise changed must be registered with the Department.
Anyone doing work associated with onsite wastewater systems is required to be certified by the State of Nebraska.
A minimum of twelve (Department approved) professional development hours of continuing education are required during the two year certificate cycle for certificate renewal.
The Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment System Advisory Committee advises NDEE on proposed rules and regulations relating to the Onsite Act.