Decentralized wastewater systems require professional operation, maintenance and management for success.
OCWC can have a sufficient number of customers to be able to hire and retain qualified staff to provide these services, and to provide permanent management of the systems it owns. (now part of Ozarks Water Watch) received an EPA grant to help with protection of water quality in Table Rock Lake.
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●The Company’s credibility with local regulatory agencies, our familiarity with the permitting process and assistance in this critical aspect of development is a significant benefit.
●OCWC assumes all legal liability associated with the wastewater system which is a major benefit.
●Level and predictable costs are benefits to homeowners.
Missouri Statutes sections 393.825 to 393.861 provide for the formation of not-for profit sewer companies.
The Company is recognized by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources as a legal entity to own and operate wastewater collection and treatment systems.