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The Ontario Onsite Wastewater Association (OOWA) is dedicated to representing and educating members within the onsite and decentralized wastewater industry in Ontario. Our members are among the most well respected practitioners in the industry: Educators, regulators, engineers, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, and other parties dedicated to providing the best onsite wastewater industry services available, while working to preserve Ontario’s water resources and environment.

OOWA Supported Study on Municipal Re-Inspection Programs Now Available

Last year, OOWA partnered with the Federation of Ontario Cottagers Associations (FOCA) and a number of other organizations to produce a review of the best practices of a number of municipal re-inspections that have been conducted in Ontario. 

The study was conducted by Masters students and faculty from the University of Guelph and Memorial University of Newfoundland.  OOWA members WSP Canada and ESSE Canada provided some vital statistics from their respective work in re-inspecting septic systems. OOWA thanks FOCA for taking the lead on this project and for their ongoing work in educating waterfront property owners and rural municipalities on the importance of proper septic maintenance and management. 

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