Engineer Certification Process
1 ) Engineer must visit a project under construction to better understand products.
2 ) Engineer must provide two new designs as follows:
- Engineer must consult with NJSMG and/or Eco-Pure upon completion of soil testing.
- Design must be submitted to Eco-Pure upon completion.
- After submission of all plans and paper work to Health Departments, the engineer must submit review letter through NJSMG and onto Eco-Pure.
- A copy of the revised plans must be submitted through NJSMG and onto Eco-Pure.
- Upon completion of installation, the Engineer must submit a copy of the as-built design to NJSMG for recordkeeping.
Note: This process must be completed for both designs which will be reviewed by Eco-Pure, the manufacturer.
3 ) Where a firm has more than one engineer, review and signed approval by the resident Certified Engineer will be sufficient for certification.
4 ) All engineering firms must sign a Business Agreement.
5 ) Upon completion of all requirements, the Engineer must provide a copy of Professional Liability Insurance.
New Jersey Septic Management Group / Eco-Pure
1 ) Upon review and completion of the certification process, NJSMG and Eco-Pure will notify the NJDEP that the Engineer has met the requirements and is a Certified Engineer of the Eco-Pure Peat Moss Biofilter.
2 ) Certificate will be issued in the PE’s name (not firm).
3 ) Engineer will be listed on the Eco-Pure website as a Certified Eco-Pure Engineer.
Note: NJSMG may waive or make changes to the standards of qualifications for certifications as may be appropriate in their discretion.