EPA Licensed Treatment Plant Operators

At Tim Frank Septic Tank Cleaning Co. our skilled team of trained professionals includes several operators who are certified by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This specialized skill set brings with it the necessary experience and knowledge to manage your plant and limit issues arising from lack of maintenance and preparation.

The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES) program was created in 1972 by the Clean Water Act (CWA) to help address water pollution through regulatory efforts. Plants and facilities with an NPDES permit generally hold a license that allows for the discharge of a specific amount of a pollutant in a treated effluent to a stream, ditch, or other surface water body. Conditions must be monitored and fit within guidelines to ensure safe disposal. Whether your plant operates under an individual or general permit, our licensed operators can verify that you are in compliance with official regulations.

Tim Frank Septic Tank Cleaning Co. is proud to have three employees who have undergone training and fulfilled necessary experience requirements. Two have obtained a Class 1 wastewater license, and a third operator has a Class A license. Any of them would be happy to help you maintain, prepare, and manage your plant. Along with this service, we can also take samples to the lab and do all required reporting to the EPA for any NPDES system. We are happy to help streamline your work while also ensuring that our community and environment stay safe. For more information on our EPA-trained operators or to schedule service, please reach out via our website, or feel free to give us a call. We look forward to working with you.