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Septic Tank Contractor Registration

Contact the Onsite Sewage Program

  • 850-245-4250
  • Fax

    850-487-0864
  • Mailing Address

    Bureau of Environmental Health, Onsite Programs

    4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin A-08

    Tallahassee, FL 32399-1710

REPORT UNLAWFUL SEPTIC TANK CONTRACTING

Septic tank contractor registration renewals begin on August 15th every year.  Any contractor not renewed by September 30th will have their registration become inactive.  All persons practicing septic tank contracting within the State of Florida are required to renew their registration annually.  The renewal fee is $100 and should be submitted with certificates of completion (copies) for continuing education courses with the renewal application (30 kb pdf) to the Onsite Sewage Programs at the address listed below.





Business Authorizations are required to be renewed between February 15 and March 30 every odd-numbered year. All septic tank contractors doing business as a corporation, partnership, or association, and those individual contractors practicing septic tank contracting under a fictitious name, are required to renew their business authorizations during the renewal period every odd year. The renewal fee is $250 and should be submitted with the renewal application (23 kb pdf) to the Onsite Sewage Programs at the address listed below. Septic contracting businesses may operate under one name only and all business names must match those filed with the Secretary of State.

Individuals wishing to apply to become a new septic tank contractor within the State of Florida should review our Septic Tank Contractor Registration Packet (83 kb pdf) as well as our Frequently Asked Questions.

Active and Inactive Contractors

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