ATTENTION INSPECTORS - August 15th, 2017 is the re-certification deadline for those certified in 2014. Be sure you have enough CEU's as there are NO RETEST opportunities for Inspectors......Also check out the new Re-certification criteria for Inspectors by clicking on this new form. Inspectors will be required to produce one completed report for:
1) Working system
2) Non-working system.
Without these reports, IOWPA will not approve your Inspector Re-certification.
ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS...if your IOWPA Certified Inspector is NOT using the IOWPA Inspector Report and Inspector Summary...the inspection is not recognized by IOWPA and MAY not be recognized by your county health department.
Visit this website to access homeowners tips and marketing toolkit for your business https://www.epa.gov/septic
Volunteer Field Day Lawrence County Donors - without the donations of these companies and individuals, this event would not have been possible. (Click here)
Amanda Lahners, LaPorte County recognized in Pumper Magazine for septic inspections at point-of-sale property transfer Please see Article here.
To prepare for the Inspector Certification Training, we recommend the following:
Print a copy and review both the Inspection Form and Summary. IOWPA does not recognize
any other form submitted and are encouraging county health departments to do the same.
This form is the most comprehensive.
Click here to download the Inspectors Report
Excel File Download Instructions- Please note, GoDaddy no longer supports direct download of Excel files. When choosing to view an Excel Spreadsheet from the site you will have to choose OPEN WITH option and choose Microsoft Office Excel (default). This will open the file and you can then save to your local machine with a file name and location of your choice.
Click HereTo review changes in Rule 410 made in 2014
FOR CERTIFIED INSPECTORS
Governor's Proclamation for SepticSmart Week
Visit our NEW LIBRARY PAGE for up to date version of codes, State and County Contacts, useful industry links and MORE!
Review the Indiana Code Rule 410 and take the Installer's Practice exam in advance. It's approximately 60 pages. Click on the link: http://www.in.gov/isdh/files/410_IAC_6-8_3.pdf. The Indiana State Department of Health's Environmental Health Division/Onsite Sewage Systems Program page is chock full of information regarding technologies, etc. Click on this link to access this information. http://www.in.gov/isdh/23283.html .