LOCATIONS

NORTH DISTRICT OFFICE:

NORTH FULTON REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER
ADDRESS:
     3155 Royal Drive
     Alpharetta, GA 30022

PHONE:
     404-332-1801


CENTRAL DISTRICT OFFICE: 

FULTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH AT 10 PARK PLACE
ADDRESS:
     10 Park Place South S.E.
     Atlanta, GA 30303

PHONE:
     404-613-1303


SOUTH DISTRICT OFFICE:

COLLEGE PARK REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER
ADDRESS:
     1920 John Wesley Avenue
     Suite 212
     College Park, GA 30337

PHONE:
     404-613-5579

WASTE MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS

ONSITE WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS


Many Fulton County homeowners assume their homes are served by a sanitary sewer for sewage disposal and may not be aware that their homes are actually served by an Onsite Sewage Management System (OSSMS) or a septic tank system.

Areas of Fulton County that are not served by public sanitary sewer systems are developed utilizing individual onsite sewage management systems (OSSMS) for the treatment of sewage generated from residential or commercial structures. The Fulton County Environmental Health Services department permits and inspects OSSM systems to ensure they are the proper size, located and installed to minimize the adverse environmental impact of sewage on the ground surface and/or in groundwater supplies.

RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT


Any division of property (a single lot or subdivision) within Fulton County must undergo a platting process. A Plan Review is required by EHS if an Onsite Sewage Management System (OSSMS) and/or individual drinking water supplies are proposed. EHS reviews development plans to ensure lots are properly sized and that all regulations governing on-site sewage disposal and individual water supplies are met.

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NON-SEWER TOILET SYSTEMS


Non-Sewer Toilet Systems, described as any portable structures that are used for collection, temporary storage and/or chemical treatment of human body wastes that are not connected to a public or community sewage system or to an onsite sewage management system (OSSMS), are also permitted by EHS.

SOLID WASTE


Solid waste is material in solid form resulting from public, domestic or commercial enterprises and it must be disposed of in a proper manner. Solid waste includes litter, trash, refuse, rubble and other construction debris. All commercial facilities, except banking institutions, must provide adequate solid waste provisions for the handling and storage of waste generated from their facilities. EHS reviews and approves construction plans and performs final inspections to ensure adequate capacity and proper location to minimize odors, insect and/or rodent infestation
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