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        Onsite Sewage Disposal System Program

        Onsite Sewage Disposal System (OSDS) Program

         

        Onsite Sewage Disposal Systems (OSDS) are defined in Nevada's regulation (NAC 445A.9556) as "any existing or proposed on-site system for the treatment and disposal of domestic sewage, including, without limitation, a standard subsurface, alternative or experimental sewage disposal system that may include a treatment unit and an effluent absorption system." It includes a Class V well under subsection 10 of NAC 445A.849. OSDS does not include an individual sewage disposal system as defined in NAC 444.764, a package plant for sewage treatment as defined in NRS 445A.380, or a system designed to treat and dispose of industrial waste.

        OSDS permits are required for certain activities by US EPA regulations at 40 CFR 144. In compliance with this regulation, the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) has developed the OSDS permitting program for onsite sewage disposal systems. Subsurface discharges of treated wastewater associated OSDS would be covered under the general permit GNEVOSDS09.

        Notice: The OSDS General Permit, GNEVOSDS09, has been administratively continued while a permit renewal is being drafted. Renewal notices will be mailed once the new permit has been issued.


        User Instructions - We suggest users read the fact sheet and the general permit listed below and related information to determine if your activity would be covered under the Onsite Sewage Disposal System General permit (GNEVOSDS09). Depending the complexity of the OSDS plan, the Administrator of the Division may require an applicant to obtain an individual permit, as allowed for under NRS 445A.480. In such cases, the applicant may apply for an Individual Discharge Permit.

        If you are subject to the OSDS General Permit requirements, please complete a Notice of Intent (NOI) to seek coverage under the General Permit GNEVOSDS09 by completing the form (see below.) After completing the form you will need to print this document and mail it, along with all other pertinent information to NDEP at the address indicated. Application and annual fees for the general and individual OSDS permits are listed below.

        Note: Nevada regulations require all its Onsite Sewage Disposal Systems to be designed by a registered Nevada professional engineer (P.E.). All plans and calculations shall be wet stamped by the engineer, and the engineer shall be responsible for certifying installation in writing.

        Applies to:

        Construction and operation of Onsite Sewage Disposal System (OSDS) as defined under statutes (NRS 445A) and regulations (NAC 445A.950 thru 445A.9706).This program includes the installation and operation of septic systems and similar systems in commercial properties.
        Note: The onsite collection and temporary holding of domestic sewage from commercial operations are permitted under the Holding Tank general permits: Temporary Holding Tank (GNEVTHT09) and Permanent Holding Tank (GNEVPHT09).

        FormsPermit Information
         
         

        Filing, Application and Annual Fees

        $600

        One-time application fee for a general permit to construct or make major modifications to an on-site sewage disposal system with a capacity of 5,000 gallons or more, including plan review.
        $300Annual fee for renewal of a general permit for an on-site sewage disposal system with a capacity of 5,000 gallons or more.
         
        $200One-time application fee for a general permit to construct or make major modifications to an on-site sewage disposal system with a capacity of less than 5,000 gallons, including plan review.
        No_FeeAnnual fee for renwal of a general permit for an on-site sewage disposal system with a capacity of 5,000 gallons, including plan review.
         
        No_FeeTo add an existing on-site sewage disposal system with a capacity of less than 5,000 gallons to a general permit.
         
        $1000One-time application fee for an individual permit to construct or make major modifications to an on-site sewage disposal system, including plan review.
        $1000Annual fee for renewal of an individual permit for an on-site sewage disposal system.
         
        $200To extend an individual or general permit to construct an on-site sewage disposal system for a 1-year period after the expiration of the permit.
         

         

        Payable to:

        Bureau of Water Pollution Control
        Nevada Division of Environmental Protection
        901 South Stewart Street, Suite 4001
        Carson City NV 89701-5249

         

        Contact Info.

        Bureau of Water Pollution Control
        Nevada Division of Environmental Protection
        901 S. Stewart St., Ste. 4001
        Carson City NV 89701
        Phone: 775.687.9418 - Fax: 775.687.4684
         

        Washoe County OSDS Systems
        OSDS systems within Washoe County, Nevada are now permitted by NDEP.

        Clark County OSDS Systems
        Below 3,000 gallons in volume capacity are permitted by Southern Nevada Health District. For more information please contact:

        Southern Nevada Health District
        625 Shadow Lane
        Las Vegas, NV 89106
        (702)759 - 0660
        Email

        Nye County OSDS Systems
        Below 3,000 gallons in volume capacity are permitted by Nye County Building & Safety Department. Please note that the City of Pahrump is currently a "Nitrogen Management Area"; advanced wastewater treatment (de-nitrifying) systems are required.

        Nye County Building Safety Department
        250 N. Hwy. 160 - Suite 2
        Pahrump, NV 89060
        Ph: (775) 751-3773
        Fax: (775) 751-3778

         

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