The Purpose of an Approved Onsite Soil Evaluator (AOSE)
In our industry, an Approved Onsite Soil Evaluator (AOSE) or qualified engineer is paramount. A good soil evaluator or engineer should have significant knowledge of soil science and its application in site assessment, drawing contents from such varied disciplines as geology, physics, chemistry, and biology.
They should have expertise in understanding the function of conventional and alternative systems and have experience with complying with current regulations relevant to the locale where the tank installation is taking place.
How an AOSE Affects the Design of Systems
The design process for a Clearstream Wastewater System requires careful consideration of several factors for designers including taking into account the size of the lot, adjacent well locations, seasonal ground water table, soil structure, perk rate, number of bedrooms in home or (GPD), and more. Careful thought and research are also given to local environmental regulations to make sure that whatever type of septic system is chosen is allowed by those regulatory bodies.
By taking all of these factors and more into consideration, designers can effectively create a high-quality functioning septic system for any property. Through careful assessment of multiple variables in collaboration with designers, Alcat Precast is able to manufacture and distribute effective and high-quality Clearstream Wastewater Systems.
AOSE’s & Engineers Vetted & Recommended by Alcat Precast
Alcat Precast can assist you in finding the best-suited Approved Onsite Soil Evaluator, engineer, or designer for your project. Below you’ll find a list of the folks we trust to get you started. Don’t hesitate to give Alcat a call at 804-725-4080 if we can help you further.
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