Basic Level Installer – This license is for the installation, servicing, replacing lids, repairing or maintenance of a conventional onsite wastewater system and shallow placement onsite wastewater systems,
with design flows of up to 1800 GPD. The Alabama Department of Public Health shall define these systems. These systems may include a pump that lifts the effluent to the disposal field.
These pumps must be basic on-demand pumps with no control panels;
Advanced Level I Installer – This license is to allow all work done under the Basic Level License and for the installation, servicing, repairing or maintenance of systems up to 1800 GPD and/or mound systems,
simplex pumps with time dosing requirements, on-demand duplex pumps including single family systems with secondary treatment.
Advanced Level II Installer License – This license is to allow for all work done under the Basic and Advanced Level I Installers License and for the installation, servicing, replacing lids,
repairing, or maintaining all systems 1801 GPD and above, including, multiple pump systems with timed dosing requirements and other advanced technology systems;
Pumper License - A pumper’s License is issued for those pumping, servicing, replacing lids, repairing, replacing or maintaining the component parts of a septic tank, sewage tanks and grease traps;
Portable Restroom Operator License – This license is issued for those involved in installing, transporting, pumping, servicing, repairing, maintaining, and cleaning portable toilets. This shall include all temporary onsite wastewater system facilities;
included but not limited to: handwashing stations, holding tanks, shower trailers, restroom trailers, urinals, vault toilets and greywater.
Manufacturer License - A Manufacturer’s License is for those involved in the manufacture of onsite wastewater septic tanks, including tanks poured in place, lids and receptacles;