Septic Sytems: From Design to Final Inspection & Approval
" It was by far one of the better conferences we have attended and we differently will plan to attend again "
- Beth and Cliff Mortimer
ME-SPO: 7.0 TCHs
ME-DEH: 7.0 PDHs
Join two of the State's best in the business: Brent Lawson and Ken Stratton have developed this rare and unique, hands-on class providing attendees with start-to-finish instruction of septic system design, installation and the two inspections of the LPI. Attendees should come prepared for field work (soils testing, scarification, slopes, elevations, transitions, systems design, and troubleshooting). Instruction will begin with the ability to interview the homeowner and gather details about the new septic system. Field work will ensue. Participants will then retreat to the classroom for instruction on HHE200 forms and design work.
After lunch under the tent and a chance to network with your colleagues and industry professionals, we will return to the field for the first inspection, troubleshooting, and a final inspection. Attendees are encouraged to bring details of their "problem" systems for discussion and insight. Don’t forgot your Subsurface Rule Book too! Dress for the elements.
The class will be held on August 14th and 15th, for your convenience.
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