Certified Operation and Maintenance Providers (COMP)

New for 2023: A late fee of $25 will be assessed for any Certified Operation & Maintenance Provider renewal applications post-marked, faxed, or dropped off at our office after March 31, 2023.

Certified Operation and Maintenance Providers (COMPs) are certified by the Washtenaw County Environmental Health Division. Once certified, these individuals are able to inspect and provide routine maintenance for specialized sewage systems that require an operating permit. To become certified, an applicant must have experience in designing, installing, or maintaining large commercial sewage systems and/or those that include the installation of pretreatment units, and must pass a written examination conducted by the Washtenaw County Environmental Health Division.

Certification is for a two year period, with renewals due by March 31. Any renewals received after March 31 of the renewal year are subject to a $25 late fee.

Inspection Report

This report must be completed and submitted to the Environmental Health Division when annual inspections are conducted. Please note that this is an Adobe Acrobat "smart form." You can type information into the form, then print it out and mail or fax it to our office. However, you will not be able to save an electronic copy of anything you type on the form, so please keep a paper copy of the completed report for your records.

Application to become a Certified Operation and Maintenance Provider