ASI Qualifications and Expertise

ASI Inspectors

 

All our inspectors are required to have at least one of the following credentials:

  • New Jersey Registered Environmental Health Specialist certification. These individuals are trained by the state of New Jersey. Some municipalities will only accept inspections performed by individuals with this training.
  • Pennsylvania Septage Management Association (PSMA) certification. PSMA is widely recognized as the leading septic system authority in the area. They offer a rigorous training program and require inspectors to pass before they become certified.

ASI has Registered Environmental Health Specialists on staff. Our reports are accepted in those municipalities that require inspections by these certified individuals.

ASI’s inspection reports are based on New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s recommendations. Our reports are accepted throughout the states we operate, including Hopewell Township in New Jersey which has the most stringent test criteria in a three state area.

ASI Certifications
 

New Jersey Registered site Evaluator.

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Certified Soil and Site Evaluation.

Member of Pennsylvania Septage Management Association (PSMA).

Member of New Jersey Septage Management Association (NJSMA).

 

Questions & Answers
 

Why is it important to have a PSMA Certified Inspector test the septic system?

PSMA is widely recognized as the leading septic system authority in the area. They offer a rigorous training program and require inspectors to pass before they become certified. You can be assured that a PSMA Certified Inspector has received the finest training available.

What is important about Registered Environmental Health Specialists?

These individuals are trained by the state of New Jersey. Some municipalities will only accept inspections performed by individuals with this training.

I have been told that the septic inspection must be performed by a registered engineer. Is this true?

No, this is not true. The regulation that you may have heard about applies only to home inspectors. It states that a home inspector must be a registered engineer in order to also perform septic inspections. There are no laws or regulations governing other septic inspectors, which is why it is important to make sure that your septic inspector is certified.

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Proud members of the following organizations:

Pennsylvania Septic Management Association New Jersey Septiage Management Association

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Are you buying or selling a home with a private well in New Jersey (NJ) or Rockland County, New York (NY)?
Visit Advanced Water Technology for Private Well Testing (PWTA) services and FAQs about the New Jersey and Rockland County private well testing law.

Are you buying or selling a home with an underground oil tank?
Visit ATS Environmental Services for underground oil tank testing, soil testing services and FAQs about underground tanks.

Need more septic system information? See our web page detailing the process of ASI's Septic Inspection.