Article - Environment
(a) In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
(b) “Board” means the State Board of On–Site Wastewater Professionals.
(c) “License” means any category of professional license issued by the Board to an individual to provide on–site wastewater services in the State.
(d) (1) “On–site wastewater services” means any activity associated with the design, installation, operation and maintenance, pumping, repair, or property transfer inspection of an on–site wastewater system.
(2) “On–site wastewater services” does not include any type of on–site wastewater system inspection other than a property transfer inspection.
(e) (1) “On–site wastewater system” means:
(i) A wastewater system designed to treat and dispose of effluent on:
1. The same property that produces the wastewater; or
2. An easement; or
(ii) A holding tank.
(2) Except as provided in paragraph (3) of this subsection, “on–site wastewater system” includes a septic or any other on–site sewage disposal system.
(3) “On–site wastewater system” does not include a wastewater treatment system that:
(i) Requires a discharge permit from the Department; or
(ii) Treats 5,000 or more gallons per day.