Abril 14th, 2021
Individual water systems are owned and maintained by the homeowner and are subject to all requirements of the local and/or public health authority. A water quality analysis is required to show the water quality of the well that meets the requirements of the country or the local authority. If the state or local authority does not have specific requirements, the maximum levels of pollutants set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) apply. The local health authority or a state-certified laboratory must conduct a water quality analysis. The water analysis report must not have more than 150 days at the close of the credit. If the USDA is aware of the recent environmental impact that could invalidate the previous analysis (for example. B chemical spills, natural disasters, etc.), a new report may be needed. HUD test requirements are the minimum acceptable standards for private wells. The test should include all microbiological and chemical test parameters. The buyer absorbs the total cost of the inspection, but it is almost always money well spent. In fact, if possible, it might be wise to endorse the inspection before going into the buying process to the point of getting a forward valuation to make sure you are making a smart investment in the home.
Some wells are in possession and maintained by the owner of the house and are subject to compliance with all the requirements of the local and national health authority, which is competent. Individual water systems/wells should be installed on the site of the person concerned. If this is not the case, they must be located on adjacent land and evidence of registered water rights and maintenance agreements must be provided for the acceptance of the well and primary water source of a USDA insured property. Properties maintained by private wells must have an altitude certificate indicating that the borehole is above the height of the floods, or the well must have a sanitary cap to prevent the flow of water into the well. Borrowers must be qualified with consideration of potential additional costs associated with joint well maintenance, etc., unless these costs are included in their wealth tax. VA: Shared Wells: For a common well, the following conditions must be met: Convention: When public water and/or sanitation facilities are not available, private well and sewage facilities must be available and used by the property in question. Private entities must be viable and sufficient to serve the goods concerned. In general, private well and wastewater treatment stations must be located on the object`s website. However, private facilities located outside the site are acceptable if the occupants of the land concerned have the right to use and access facilities located outside the site and if there is an appropriate and legally binding use, access and maintenance agreement.
8. Well – Septic Systems: Properties with Bien and Septik should provide a site map of their location. They should also be marked clearly with a stake (drain field, septic tank, and good) or another marker, if possible. The well must be at least 50` of explanatory reservoir, 100` of the septic flow field (if the local prefix allows) and 10` of the land limit.