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Recent News

Annual membership meeting to be held via Zoom Nov. 5th from 9-10am
Invite Link:
Meeting ID: 817-4849-7718
Passcode: 382302

VDH COVID-19 Guidance for OSS Providers

VDH CODIV-19 Business Guidance Document

Real Estate Inspections Bill
Thank you Delegate Keith Hodges for sponsoring this bill.  It has been a long time coming, and VOWRA started working on the process five years ago with our training power point presentations to Realtors on what we believe should constitute a proper inspection of onsite sewage treatment systems for home sale.  Without the Realtor Associations being onboard, this Bill as proposed would never pass ... We have some wordsmithing to do yet in committee, but our Legislative Committee of Curtis Moore and Trapper Davis are on top of it. 
Click here to review HB1266

VDH Reminder Letter to AOSS Owners

VEHA is offering $500 scholarships toward degrees in envionmental health
For more information, click here

Below is a link to HB 558 outlining how VDH would move toward privatization.

NOWRA Makes Progress in Efforts to Gain Greater Congressional Support for the Onsite Wastewater Industry! 
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"What to Know when Buying a Home with a Well and Septic System" video.

Town Hall Meeting Notices
 (Select Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation then under that select Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators and Onsite Sewage System Professionals to see meetings that affect our industry.)

Watch NOWRA's Testimony Before House Appropriations Subcomittee

EPA Technology Fact Sheets
 (A wealth of information regarding all things onsite.)

Design Guidance (Advanced Onsite Wastewater System Design.)

Homeowner's Folders (Information specifically for homeowners of onsite systems.)

NOWRA White Papers (Useful information regarding water softeners, pharmaceuticals, community wastewater treatment, etc.)

VDH O & M Reporting Website Update

For information about how to conserve water and use it more efficiently, visit the National Environmental Services Center page devoted to the topic: