Results Ohio's Septic Systems Regulations Onsite sewage systems in Ohio are regulated through state law and state rules.
What does OSS stand for?
OSS stands for Onsite Sewage System
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 330 other meanings of OSS in our Acronym Attic
- On-Board Support Software
- On-Site Support (various organizations)
- Oncology Support Services (cancer)
- OnDO SIP Server
- One Stop Shopping
- Online Schedule System
- Online Search Service
- Online Service System (SAP)
- Online Shopping Survey (various organizations)
- Online Subscription Service (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Also, under his direction, Pike County was named a training site for onsite sewage system installers and operators and mandated certification of pool managers.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A failed onsite sewage system may, however, be difficult to identify.
Later, as in most local health departments, I had the golden opportunity to expand my horizons and become involved in other aspects of environmental health, such as: rabies investigation, onsite sewage systems planning, private water supply approval, vector control, complaint investigation, epidemiological investigation, dairy product sanitation, supervision, and on and on and on.
During the wet season, the high watertable is a major cause of failing onsite sewage systems in the area.
In addition, the Health Department assesses the siting requirements and supervises the installation of approximately 1,000 onsite sewage systems per year.