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5 Sample Questions

Applications for both permits to install and plan approvals required by rule 3745-42-02 of the Administrative Code shall be made using forms prepared by _______________________and shall contain such information as the director deems necessary to determine whether the criteria of rule 3745-42-04 of the Administrative Code are met.

  • A. US EPA
  • B. Ohio Department of Health
  • C. the County
  • D. OEPA

Engineering plans for disposal systems must be signed and certified by a professional engineer licensed by the Ohio state board of registration for professional engineers and surveyors for _____________________. 
Select all that apply

  • A. Industrial or commercial treatment works
  • B. Mound systems
  • C. Sanitary sewer extensions
  • D. Pump stations or distribution systems
  • E. Monofills (disposal sites for fly ash or similar industrial wastes)
  • F. Land application systems

Permits to install and plan approvals signed and certified by a professional engineer licensed by the Ohio state board of registration for professional engineers and surveyors are not necessary for prefabricated unit installations, septic systems or leach fields.  

  • A. True
  • B. False

Applications for permits to install and plan approvals shall be signed by the person, firm, agency or entity responsible for _______________________________________ of the disposal system.  If, after construction, the disposal system will be turned over to a public entity or another party to own, operate and maintain, the director may require both persons responsible for construction and the future owner or operator to sign the permit application and be subject to the terms and conditions of the permit issued thereafter. 
Select all that apply

  • A. owning
  • B. funding the construction
  • C. maintaining
  • D. constructing

The ____________________shall constitute personal affirmation that all statement or assertions of fact made in the application are true and complete and comply fully with applicable state requirements and shall subject the signatory to liability under section 2921.13 of the Revised Code.

  • A. owners
  • B. permit
  • C. signatures
  • D. construction company

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