Solid Waste and Septage
The Solid Waste Branch provides technical assistance to county environmentalists who work in the solid waste, septage management, and vector control programs. Local activities include the investigation of vector control complaints and unauthorized dumps, the permitting/inspection of transfer stations, processing facilities, garbage collection vehicles and the permitting and inspection of septage/grease land application sites. Counties also enforce local mandatory garbage collection programs and review applications for certificates of exception.
View Septage Management Rules.
Solid Waste Forms
- Application for a Collector Permit
- Application for a Land Application Permit
- Application for Solid Waste Transfer Station
- Application for Certification of Exception Permit
- Affidavit and Application for Exemption from Payment of Fees for Collection and Disposal of Solid Waste
Waste Transfer Stations Resources
- Waste Transfer Stations: A Manual for Decision-Making
- Waste Transfer Stations: Involved Citizens Make a Difference
- Waste Transfer Station Design Notes
- Decentralized Systems Technology Fact Sheet: Septage Treatment/Disposal
- Process Design Manual - Land Application of Sewage Sludge and Domestic Septage
- A Guide to the Federal EPA Rule for Land Application of Domestic Septage to Non-Public Contact Sites
- Download the Septage Management Plan.
The Solid Waste Branch is one of three branches within the Community Environmental Protection Division. You may also visit the Soil and Onsite Sewage Branch and Indoor Air Quality/Lead Branch websites.
Page last updated: September 25, 2017