Mandated forms which are to be used as prescribed by the Director can be found on the STS Forms page.
The State Wide Bond Form Packages are found on the Forms Page.
Contractor Bond List
To Order Additional Audit Stickers
To order audit stickers please download this form and email it back to the BEH@odh.ohio.gov address.
Responsibility of Continuing Education Providers and Health Districts
See Continuing Education and click on course provider information
Approved Continuing Education Courses
For a complete comprehensive list of all the approved CEU's by others than online courses for the previous calendar year are located in the link below:
ODH Approved CEUs for the 2020 Registration (classes taken in 2019)
Here is a list of STS contractors that have completed the CIDWT National O & M Service Provider Program..
Manufacturers that require factory training for Installation or Service Provider
Here is list and link to the Manufacturers that require factory training for the installation and to perform service on products approved after January 1, 2007.
Operation & Maintenance Tracking Program Resources for Local Health Districts
Resources for local health districts starting and/or maintaining an operation and maintenance tracking program for sewage treatment systems (STS) and gray water recycling systems (GWRS).
Septic System 101 Recording A video of septic system maintenance
This handbook goes in depth explaining management tools and information for implementing EPA’s management guidelines. Includes tools like how to identify stakeholders and their roles, how to evaluate an operation and maintenance tracking program, and how to fund management activities with specific possible funding sources. In addition, the Handbook also includes fact sheets regarding public education and participation, performance, inspection and monitoring, certification/licensing, operation and maintenance, recordkeeping, and financial assistance and funding.
These guidelines are aimed to enhance the performance and reliability of decentralized wastewater treatment systems through improved management programs. The Management Guidelines will help improve system performance by encouraging institutionalizing the concept of management; raising the quality of state, tribal, and local management programs; and suggesting minimum levels of activity.
This design manual is a very detailed guidance on the design, construction, and operation of onsite wastewater treatment systems. It also discusses specific issues related to operation and maintenance tracking programs such as program goals, public outreach, questions the public will have, how to implement performance requirements and evaluations, listing activities LHDs should consider in setting up certification and licensing, how frequent and type of monitoring is appropriate, how to implement operation and maintenance oversight programs, and listing broad funding options.
Has key elements for an effective operation and maintenance tracking programs including education materials. It also offers examples of health departments successfully implementing operation and maintenance tracking programs, funding, and data collection policies.
The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program is a federal-state partnership that provides communities a permanent, independent source of low-cost financing for a wide range of water quality infrastructure projects.
Approved Sewage Treatment Products since 2007
Manufacturers provide system specific operations and maintenance manuals which outline the requirements for that specific system. This information can be found on the Approved Sewage Product page.
Types of STS Components, System Types and Maintenance of each system type.
This page is a basic overview of the STS (Sewage Treatment System) components, system types and system maintenance of each type of system
Soils, Designs and Site Drainage
An accurate soil evaluation is critical information to determine sewage treatment system (STS) design options for a property. This page provides information on Soil Evaluator (Soil Scientist), STS Designers and Site Drainage Resources.
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Overview
A discharging sewage treatment systems treats and then discharges treated effluent to a stream, ditch or other surface water body. An National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES) permit must be obtained from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) Division of Surface Water whenever there is a discharge of treated or partially treated water to a surface water of the State. NPDES permits exist to regulate wastewater discharges. Information on the Overview of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES).
This link will lead you to the financial resource page.