At ATS, only the most experienced PSMA certified inspectors perform our open-pit septic inspections.
ATS Septic Inspectors
All of our inspectors are required to be certified through the Pennsylvania Septage Management Association (PSMA). PSMA is widely recognized as the leading septic system authority in the area. They offer a rigorous training program and require inspectors to pass before they become certified.
ATS has Registered Environmental Health Specialists on staff. Our reports are accepted in those municipalities that require inspections by these certified individuals.
ATS’ inspection reports are based on both PSMA and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s recommendations. Our reports are accepted throughout the states we operate, including Hopewell Township in New Jersey which has the most stringent test criteria in a three state area.
DO YOU NEED A CERTIFIED SEPTIC INSPECTION?
- New Jersey Registered site Evaluator.
- Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Certified Soil and Site Evaluation.
- Pennsylvania Septage Management Association (PSMA).
- New Jersey Septage Management Association (NJSMA).
We are proud members of the following associations:
All of our inspectors are certified with the Pennsylvania Septage Management Association.
Areas covered by this service
- New Jersey (NJ)
- Westchester, Sullivan, Orange, Ulster, Putnam and Dutchess Counties in New York (NY)
- Eastern Pennsylvania (PA)
- Fairfield County in Connecticut (CT)
Why is it important to have a PSMA Certified Inspector test the septic system?
PSMA is widely recognized as the leading septic system authority in the area. They offer a rigorous training program and require inspectors to pass before they become certified. You can be assured that a PSMA Certified Inspector has received the finest training available in the industry.
I have been told that the septic inspection must be performed by a registered engineer. Is this true?
No, this is not true. The regulation that you may have heard about applies only to home inspectors. It states that a home inspector must be a registered engineer in order to also perform septic inspections. There are no laws or regulations governing other septic inspectors, which is why it is important to make sure that your septic inspector is certified.
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