Onsite Water Treatments and Disposal Systems
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Union County Health Department

Lake Butler, Florida

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2012 Union County Community Health Needs Assessment

2012 Union County Community Health Improvement Plan with Update

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Onsite Water Treatments and Disposal Systems

Commonly referred to as septic tanks, these systems provide a viable wastewater treatment and disposal options for residential and commercial applications when central sewerage service is not available.

Permits

All proposed new installations, repairs, modifications and approvals of existing systems require a permit from the Union County Health Department.  Applications are available in the Environmental Health office at the health department located at 495 E Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida.

You may pick up a packet and fill out the required information and bring back to the Health Department with the Zoning Approval, Floor Plan and a Legal Description.  For more information and to download an application packet,  click here.

FEE SCHEDULE

New Permits $400.00
Modification Permits $345.00
Repair Permits $350.00
Existing Permits $135.00
Abandonment Permits $50.00

 

Additional Union County Information:

Union County Appraisers Office

Web Soil Survey

 

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