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health.mo.gov/living/environment/onsite/inspectors/index.php

Licensed Onsite System Inspectors/Evaluators List. Click on a county in the map below to see a list of Missouri Licensed Onsite System Inspectors/Evaluators who serve that county. You may also check the surrounding counties. List will display under the map. County: ...

7oaksinspection.com/septic-inspections

Missouri Licensed Septic Inspections. We are Missouri state licensed to inspect and or evaluate any private septic system in the state of Missouri. A septic inspection is required in some counties before a real estate transaction can close. Typically the home owner pays for the septic inspection for his property (not the buyer).

www.showmesoils.com/well-septic-inspections

Missouri State Licensed, Bonded and Insured Septic Inspections. We use our years of experience installing and evaluating soils for Septic Systems to be able to identify every type of system and understand exactly how they work and if they are functioning properly.; Over 2000 Completed Inspections

health.mo.gov/living/environment/onsite/courses.php

This three-day course is designed for individuals to become licensed to conduct third party assessments of existing onsite wastewater systems related to real estate sales. Classes are held about three times per year and are conducted by the staff of Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) and Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

www.hawksseptic.com/septic-system-inspections

A new septic system can cost between $15,000 and $20,000. You can avoid spending a lot of money by getting a thorough septic inspection from Hawk's Septic Service! We have been inspecting and servicing septic systems in Southeast Missouri for over 35 years, and we are trained to locate small and large problems.

www.twlinspections.com/septic-inspection

Our inspector is licensed by the Missouri Department of Health and Human Services to perform septic inspections.

www.nachi.org/forum/f21/septic-inspection-missouri-50199

Yes, you need to be first of all a licensed installer, then secondly a licensed inspector. Some county's also have additional requirements. 1st contact the MO Dept of Health and Senior Services. ... This is too late to help ejones but for others needing Septic Inspection in Missouri, Here is the formal link to the exact page for Missouri ...

enviroteksystems.com

We are Missouri licensed OWTS (on site wastewater treatment system) septic installers and inspectors for all counties including Greene, Christian, Stone and Taney County. As a septic system company specializing in the sewer and wastewater industry, Envirotek Systems attends regular training and continued education courses.

dnr.mo.gov/env/wpp/Wastewater-SepticSystems.htm

Be SepticSmart - Information on Wastewater and Septic Systems . When you think of infrastructure you typically think of roads right? But there is a ‘hidden’ infrastructure we all tend to forget about since it is underground—our drinking water and wastewater infrastructure.

porch.com/st-charles-mo/septic-inspection/cs

Top Septic Inspection Services in St. Charles, MO. Where do you need a septic inspector? Go search. ... Not Looking for septic inspection in St. Charles, MO? ... Are the pros I'm considering hiring licensed, bonded, and insured? First and foremost, protect yourself and make sure the contractor and any sub-contractors are licensed, bonded and ...