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Lists of Private Water Systems Contractors and Certified Laboratories

Anyone in the business of working on private water systems in Ohio must register with ODH as a Private Water Systems Contractor. Homeowners who wish to construct, alter or seal their private water systems are now required to register (without the bonding requirement) as of April 1, 2011. Click on the links to the left for more information.

The 2015 lists of registered private water systems contractors can be found using the links below.  The list is regularly updated, so please check back if you cannot find a contractor listed or call the private water systems program at 614-644-7558.

Find Registered Private Water Systems Contractors with video cameras able to conduct down-the-well camera inspections:

Laboratories certified to conduct water testing for private water systems

The private water system rules (Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3701-28) require water samples collected from private water systems to be analyzed by laboratory certified by either the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) or the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) for system approval after new construction, alteration or repair. The department recommends that all water samples collected from private water systems for real estate transactions, or consumer information also be analyzed at a certified laboratory to ensure that proper procedures and water analysis methods are used to protect public health.

 

Page updated: 1/21/15