It’s important to know the septic regulations in your area before you buy a house with a septic tank and leach field. If you currently live in a house with a septic system, then you should remain up to date on the state and county regulations.

In this blog, we will cover the septic regulations for the state of the Colorado. This will help you determine how your septic system should be installed and maintained according to your location. We’ll also explain the licensing process so you can better understand how a septic system professional becomes certified.

Septic Regulations in Colorado

New Septic System Regulations

If you determine that your home needs a septic system, then you should work with an experienced and licensed professional. A certified septic system engineer will inspect and measure the area where the system will be placed, test the soil and design the system.

Once the design of your system is complete, the homeowner will need to submit an application to the county health department, the prices of which vary from county to county. Then after the application is approved and the septic system is built, someone from the county will come to inspect the system. They will need to ensure the system is properly installed before the homeowner can use it.

Current Septic Regulations

The current septic system regulations are overseen by the State of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The regulations require that every homeowner must consult and work with a licensed septic professional for the design and installation of their system. It’s important to work with an expert to ensure the system is properly installed and reduce the risk of system failures or other issues down the road.

Septic Professionals Must Be Licensed

You will have to use a licensed professional for your septic system installation and services. Every septic system installer in Colorado must be licensed in the county where they offer services. For ongoing maintenance of the system, your septic pumper should also be licensed in the same county.

Contact Front Range Septic

Front Range Septic offers the best septic pumping services throughout Northern Colorado, including Milliken, Johnstown, Platteville, Greeley, Fort Collins, and many other communities. We’re here to help you maintain your septic system. Our main goal is to provide you with all the services you need to keep your system in top working order. Plus, we offer 24/7 emergency services to make sure you’re covered if anything goes wrong.

Give Front Range Septic a call at 970-302-0457 to schedule your appointment.

Ken Starman
Ken and Jamie Starman are the owners of Front Range Septic. They purchased the business in October 2007 after they saw a need to provide quality septic & grease trap pumping services to the Northern Colorado region.

Ken grew up in rural Nebraska, making himself familiar with septic systems. Prior to the owning the septic business, he owned his own custom agriculture business for 22 years. His knowledge of dealing with different types of septic systems and how to properly maintain them has grown over his 10 years of operating the business. He has made it his goal to educate clients on their septic systems to ensure that they are getting their tank properly serviced. In addition, he understands the importance of working with restaurants and facilities that have grease interceptors to prevent costly shut downs due to improper maintenance of their grease traps. He attends wastewater trade shows for continuing education and to keep current with new regulations and trends in the industry. He enjoys the various clients he has worked with over the years and looks forward to continued growth in the future.

They both believe in providing excellent customer service. When you call Front Range Septic you will be speaking with the owners. They don’t just want your business once; they want you to be a lifetime customer.