Idaho often presents complex problems when it comes to septic siting and installation. Fluctuating groundwater levels, lava rock, slopes and scarps, a history of water pollution and other unique situations often present themselves, increasing the stress on property-owners hoping to build. Knowledge of local soil conditions, geology, and groundwater conditions allows AWS insight into your project. AWS has decades of experience with complex systems, and can provide the engineering necessary to support not only new or proposed systems, but also the repair or replacement of existing systems that were installed before permits were required by state law.
AWS can gather data at the site, create construction drawings, and provide assistance even before the septic application process begins. AWS works closely with property owners, health district officials and the Idaho Dept. of Environmental Quality, if necessary, to make sure the system meets legal requirements.
Contact AWS for information on topics like those listed below:
Septic System Designs (new, additions, repairs)
System Evaluation and Problem Diagnosis
Advanced Treatment Systems
Gray Water Systems
Vaults and Grease Traps
Soil Percolation Tests
Drip Distribution Systems
Pressurized Distribution Systems
Recirculating Gravel Filters