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How to obtain a septic tank permit in Quincy florida
To obtain a septic tank permit in Quincy (Florida), you must first submit this application form to the DOH—Environmental Health (Norfolk County). Next, submit a site plan (DEP4015 Page 2). In addition, you will need to submit a Zoning and Floor Plain form, a floor plan of the interior of your home, and document proving your ownership of the home.
Finally, you must get a site inspection done and pay the required fee. You can have the local health department inspect the soil conditions around the septic tank site for a fee. Or, you can hire a third-party for this purpose. Only a Florida-licensed engineer, a licensed septic tank contractor, a Florida-licensed soil scientist, or a certified person can perform the site inspection.
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