Septic Tanks are regulated by the Forsyth County Environmental Health Department. If you have questions or concerns about your septic tank, please contact the Forsyth County Environmental Health Department at (770) 781-6909.
For more information, please see: www.forsythco.com Click on Departments to proceed to the Health Department’s 6up扑克之星亚洲版home page.
To learn more about septic tanks and environmental health from the State of Georgia, log on to: http://dph.georgia.gov/
Want to report an illegal septic discharge into a City manhole, creek storm drain, or other body of water? Call the Cumming Utilities at (770) 781-2020 or the City Police Department at (770)781-2000. Please e-mail the Director at the following address: email@example.com
What Does it Cost to Properly Discharge a Septic Truck into the City of Cumming Advanced Water Reclamation Facility for Treatment? The City charges $0.15 per gallon and a typical septic truck carries 2000-gallons. A typical septic hauler pays the City $300.00 to discharge into the Advanced Water Reclamation Facility. This facility is located at 4605 Bethelview Road in Cumming. Please call (770) 781-2008 for more information. All waste haulers must obtain a permit to discharge from the Pretreatment Coordinator.
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