Basic Septic System Rules for Oklahoma - Oklahoma State University (2022)

Published Oct. 2017|Id: PSS-2918

By Sergio M. Abit Jr., Emily Hollarn

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  • Site Requirements and Restrictions
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  • Installation
  • Responsibilities of the Owner

Many of us want to build or buy houses in the country, for a variety of reasons. Living outside of city limits allows for the opportunity to be closer to nature, the ability to grow vegetables and raise farm animals and the chance to live a simple and relaxed life in a rural setting. One thing to bear in mind is, that while living in the country has tremendous benefits, access to the conveniences that towns provide are not always available. For instance, a country home would most likely be outside the service area of the city water and sewer system – meaning the need for your own safe and reliable source of water and the need to treat household wastewater within the property. For the latter, an on-site wastewater treatment system, most commonly known as a septic system, is needed.


There are three key things to remember with septic systems: 1) they are expensive to install, 2) they need care and maintenance and 3) there are rules that govern their installation and maintenance. This fact sheet articulates the rules you need to know regarding securing an installation permit, site and soil restrictions, and installation and maintenance of septic systems. For additional details about maintenance of septic systems and the various types of systems permitted in Oklahoma, refer to Extension fact sheets PSS-2914, Keep Your Septic System in Working Order and PSS-2913, On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems Permitted in Oklahoma.


In Oklahoma, rules that pertain to septic systems are conveyed in Title 252 of the Oklahoma Administrative Code Chapter 641, “Individual and Small Public On-Site Treatment Systems.” This Code was used as reference in preparing this fact sheet. While much of this fact sheet is written in a simplified question-and-answer format, there are parts that are lifted almost verbatim from the Code.

Site Requirements and Restrictions

Is there a minimum home lot size requirement?
If public water (water from city or rural water district) is used, the minimum lot size requirement for a house needing a septic system is ½ acre for most systems. If an individual drinking water well is used, then a minimum lot size of ¾ acre is required for most systems.


What is a “repair area” requirement?
Aside from the area allocated for septic system installation, enough area should be designated as repair area. This is the area where dispersal lines of the septic system will be installed in case the first system installed fails.


When buying a house, ask where the designated repair area is located. Make sure the repair area is big enough for system installation and no permanent structures are built on the area.


Where can the septic system be installed?
All components of the septic system, including tanks, pumps, dispersal fields and collection line(s) need to be installed within the property of the owner of the system and/or in a dedicated recorded easement for the installation and operation of the septic system. Keep in mind there are separation distances from objects such as water wells, property lines, buildings as well as other rules.


What is a ‘Water Body Protection Area’ and is the property is in it?
Water Body Protection Areas (WBPA) are those areas located within at least 1,320 feet from water bodies (e.g. rivers and lakes) designated by the State to be specially protected from pollution. Areas in the WBPA, specifically those within 660 feet from a listed water body or scenic river corridor require advanced systems with a nitrate-reduction component. This means the septic system for that area will cost more. To determine whether the property is within the WBPA, check with the local DEQ office or go to theDEQ website. It should be noted that the requirement for a nitrate-reduction component applies only to new houses or modification on a septic system of an existing house.


How much land area is required for the septic system?
While not stipulated as a rule, it is suggested that at least 10,000 square feet be allocated for the septic system in the area where it will be installed. In addition, the area should be accessible to the installer and the equipment needed in earth-working activities related to the installation.


The actual size of the area required for the septic system will initially depend on soil and site properties in the area. Soil properties and site location (relative to protected water bodies) will dictate what type of septic systems may be permitted for the site. Once the appropriate septic system is determined, the number of bedrooms in the house is then taken into consideration to determine the actual size of the area that must be allocated for the septic system. The same determines the size of the designated repair area.
As a rule of thumb, the finer the soil texture in the area (more clay in the soil), and the more bedrooms in the house, the wider the area needed for the septic system.

Required Soil Evaluation
As mentioned earlier, soil and site properties determine the type of septic system permitted for installation, as well as size of the land area that is needed. Tests must be performed to determine soil properties.


What soil test needs to be performed?
There are two soil tests: 1) Soil Profile Description and 2) Percolation Test. Results of a percolation test serve as an indicator of the rate of subsurface water flow at depths where household wastewater is normally applied. The soil profile description mainly involves the determination of soil texture (how fine or coarse is the soil) and soil color at 6-inch depth intervals from the surface down to 48 inches or until a flow-restricting layer is found.
Either test could serve as basis in making septic system-related decisions. But in sites located within the WBPA, a soil profile description is mandatory. It should also be noted that the land area required for the septic system is generally smaller if the test performed is a soil profile description. It is always best to start any septic system decision-related process with a soil test. However, if the decision has already been made to install a lagoon system or an aerobic treatment system with spray irrigation, then a soil test is no longer required.

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Who can perform soil tests?
Only State-certified soil profilers can perform soil profile descriptions. A list of soil profilers can be found at http://www.deq.state.ok.us/eclsnew/OnSite/soilprofilers.htm. Environment Specialists at the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) can also perform soil profile descriptions. Percolation tests can be performed by professional engineers, licensed sanitarians, environmental specialists or soil scientists. Results from these tests are used by installers to design the septic system that would be submitted to the DEQ for approval. Note: There are municipalities in Oklahoma requiring a soil test report before issuing a building permit.

Permits

What needs a permit?
All new installations of septic systems in a property, including the installation of an additional system, need to have a permit before it can proceed. Modifications of an existing system also need a permit. Septic system modifications may be needed as a result of the following: a) malfunctioning septic systems, b) home renovation leading to an increase in the number of bedrooms, c) increase in water use due to change in use of a house or building and d) relocation of any component of a septic system. A permit must be secured before work can start.


Where and how to get an installation or modification permit?
The DEQ is the permitting and regulatory agency for requests and issues related to on-site septic systems. To apply for a permit, simply go online at DEQ Applications or contact your local DEQ office for assistance. Contact information and locations of your nearest local DEQ office could be found at DEQ Local Offices. Often, the installer will process the installation or modification permit application for you.

Inspections

Who conducts inspections and when are they necessary?
There are two cases where an inspection by a DEQ personnel is necessary. They are: 1) repairs and system modifications performed by a non-certified installer and 2) installation of new systems by a non-certified installer. The inspection must be performed before the installation, modification or repairs are backfilled and/or before the system is placed into operation.


It should be noted that if the installation, modification or repair is performed by a state-certified installer, there is no need for a DEQ personnel to perform an inspection because certified installers are allowed to perform self-inspection.


Who is responsible for arranging a DEQ inspection?
The installer shall be responsible for requesting any required DEQ inspection related to an installation, modification or repair. Inspections related to complaints will be managed by the DEQ personnel.

Installation

Who can install a septic system?
It is recommended that you utilize the services of a state-certified septic system installer. A list of state-certified installers can be found at http://www.deq.state.ok.us/ECLSNew/CertInstallers/certInstallers.htm or from the local DEQ office.


The State of Oklahoma allows non-certified installers to install a limited number of systems. However, these installations must be inspected and approved by DEQ personnel before they are backfilled and/or made operational.


Are new installations covered by a mandatory warranty/maintenance period?
Installers are free to offer their own version of a warranty/maintenance package to their clients for a fee. However, if the system installed is an aerobic treatment system/unit (ATU), Oklahoma rules require a two-year warranty. This rule mandates the installer of an ATU to maintain the system at no additional cost to the homeowner for two years following the date of installation. Within this period, the installer is required to inform the owner of the operational status and any repairs or replacements performed with the system.


If you buy a house and the ATU in the house is still within the warranty period, you are eligible for the warranty until the two-year period expires.

Responsibilities of the Owner

Properly working septic systems will treat harmful pollutants in household water. Improperly-functioning systems pose as hazards to the owners, their neighbors and the environment.


The rule clearly stipulates that the owner of a system shall ensure that the system is maintained and operated properly so that: 1) sewage or effluent from the system is properly treated and does not surface, pool, flow across the ground or worse, discharge to surface waters, 2) all components of the system including lagoons are maintained and do not leak or overflow and 3) the required security measures are intact (e.g. required fences are intact, septic tank lids are intact and properly secured).
The rules also state that if a septic system malfunctions, the person owning or otherwise responsible for the system needs to take prompt action to repair the malfunctioning system, prevent further violations and remediate the site. Violations and negligence are subject to enforcement actions and possible penalties.

Sergio M. Abit Jr., PhD
State Specialist for On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems

Emily Hollarn
Environmental Specialist
Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality

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FAQs

Who regulates septic systems in Oklahoma? ›

The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) has several regulations on septic systems. The most applicable ODEQ regulation concerning septic systems is Title 252 Chapter 641 Individual and Small Public On-Site Sewage Treatment Systems. A copy of this regulation can be found here.

Can you put in your own septic system in Oklahoma? ›

The State of Oklahoma allows non-certified installers to install a limited number of systems. However, these installations must be inspected and approved by DEQ personnel before they are backfilled and/or made operational.

How close to property line can leach field be? ›

Generally, your septic tank itself will need to be about 5-10 feet from your home, while the “leach field” or “drainage field” will need to be at least 20 feet from your home, and at least 100 feet away from wells and streams.

How many feet of septic chambers do I need? ›

The minimum linear footage of the leaching chamber system should be determined by dividing the total trench bottom area by 1.2 meters (4 feet), when used in a conventional drainfield trench.

Can you dump gray water on the ground in Oklahoma? ›

Graywater recycling is legal in Oklahoma. The law states that you can dispose of up to 250 gallons of graywater per day on your property without needing a permit.

How much space do you need for an aerobic septic system? ›

ATUs require very little installation space, which allows placement flexibility. A typical ATU space requirement is 25 square feet for a 3-bedroom home. Most ATUs are located after a septic tank.

What size aerobic septic do I need? ›

Aerobic units should be large enough to allow enough time for the solids to settle and for the wastewater to be treated. The size of most units range from 300 to 1,500 gallons per day, but local regulations often require that the unit be at least large enough to handle 500 gallons of wastewater per day.

What are lateral lines septic system? ›

Septic tank lateral lines are also known as percolation pipes. These are the perforated pipes that extend from the outlet of the septic tank below ground into the soil. The purpose of these lateral lines is to provide a network of pipes that the effluent from the septic tank runs through.

How far can you run a line to a septic tank? ›

Thanks! Chris, in most jurisdictions the required setback distance from septic system features to a property line is 10 feet.

How close to a septic tank can I build? ›

The federal US laws obligate property owners to build 10 feet away from where the septic tank is located. This way, you won't have to worry about landslides, wastewater ending up in your basement, or anything like that.

What is the average size of a leach field? ›

The leach field is a series of trenches that may be up to 100-feet long and 1 foot to 3 feet in width, separated by six feet or more, depending on local requirements, and sometimes constructed leaving space between the original lines to install replacement leach lines when needed.

What is an alternative to a leach field? ›

Sand Filter

This is one example of an alternative septic system without a leach field, which makes it compatible with environmentally sensitive areas. In some cases, the treated water can pass directly from the sand filtration system to the soil without needing to flow through more piping to a leach field.

How often should a septic tank be pumped? ›

As a general rule, you should only need to empty your septic tank once every three to five years. That being said, the actual frequency will vary depending on your usage and how many people are living in your home.

What are the basics of a septic system? ›

A typical septic system consists of a septic tank and a drainfield (or soil absorption field). The septic tank digests organic matter and separates floatable matter (e.g., oils and grease) and solids from the wastewater.

How many gallons is a 3 bedroom septic? ›

The recommendation for home use is a 1000 gallon septic tank as a starting point. The 1000 gallon size tank is a minimum and *can be suitable for a 2 bedroom, 3 bedroom house. Some recommendations say to add an extra 250 gallons of septic tank capacity for each bedroom over 3 bedrooms.

How long should a leach field last? ›

A properly designed, installed and maintained leach field will require replacement once every 15 to 30 years. However, a leach field that is not designed and constructed adequately or receives poor maintenance may require replacement before 15 years of age.

How big is a leach field for a septic tank? ›

They can have multiple trenches between 18 to 36 inches deep, one to three feet wide and up to 100 feet long. There are typically six feet between each trench. If properly maintained, leach fields can last up to 25 years.

Is shower water GREY water? ›

Greywater is gently used water from your bathroom sinks, showers, tubs, and washing machines. It is not water that has come into contact with feces, either from the toilet or from washing diapers. Greywater may contain traces of dirt, food, grease, hair, and certain household cleaning products.

What is considered GREY water? ›

Greywater is water that has been used for washing dishes, laundering clothes, or bathing. Essentially, any water, other than toilet wastes, draining from a household is greywater. Although this used water may contain grease, food particles, hair, and any number of other impurities, it may still be suitable for reuse.

Is GREY water good for lawns? ›

Greywater is great for lawns, trees and most ornamental gardens…even native plantings, but it's important to remember that it is variable. The quality can vary dramatically depending on the types of detergents and products that are used, which can have a significant impact on soil and plant health over time.

How many gallons per day can a septic tank handle? ›

Most residential tanks have a capacity ranging from 750 gallons to 1,250 gallons and the average person uses 60 gallons to 70 gallons of water a day.

How much is a septic tank in Oklahoma? ›

Oklahoma Septic Tanks
Tank / CapacityLengthPrice
1000 Gallon Septic Tank102"2,141
1250 Gallon Septic Tank116"2,264
1250 Gallon Septic Tank116"2,420
1500 Gallon Septic Tank135"2,768
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How many bedrooms does a 750 gallon septic tank support? ›

0 bedrooms

How often does a 2000 gallon holding tank need to be pumped? ›

HOLDING TANKS NEED FREQUENT PUMPING

However, holding tanks are temporary storage units, and owners should pump the tank far more frequently than a septic tank. If you plan to use the holding tank regularly, you might have to clean the unit every 6 to 8 weeks.

What is the cheapest septic system? ›

The cheapest option is a plastic septic tank. These tanks are generally lighter and easier to install than concrete or fiberglass options. They are watertight and resistant to water corrosion. Plastic septic tanks typically cost around $1,200.

How long do aerobic septic systems last? ›

Longevity. On average, a properly installed and well-maintained septic tank can last up to 40 years. Regular septic tank cleaning and inspection will keep your aerobic system functional for many years. Proper septic system installation is key to ensuring that your septic system lasts long.

How deep should a leach field be? ›

A standard leach line is considered to be three (3) feet wide and three (3) feet deep with a length as required.

How deep are leach field lines? ›

Leach fields are typically located in a large, flat and open area of your yard. They can have multiple trenches between 18 to 36 inches deep, one to three feet wide and up to 100 feet long. There are typically six feet between each trench. If properly maintained, leach fields can last up to 25 years.

How do you clean sludge out of a leach field? ›

You can use a sewer jetter to clean perforated PVC septic leach field lines from 2" to 6" ID. A sewer jetter can help you scrub away sticky sludge and flush out dirty residue to help reduce the need for subsequent cleaning of the lines.

How much slope should a septic line have? ›

In a conventional gravity system, the pipe from the house to the septic tank, and the outlet pipe from the tank to the distribution box or leach field, should both slope downward with a minimum slope of 1/4 in. per ft. (1/8 in. per ft.

How deep should a septic tank be? ›

The maximum liquid depth of a septic tank shall be 60 inches with a minimum depth of 30 inches. The preferred depth is 48 inches. The total depth shall be at least 8” greater than the liquid depth to allow for air space at the top.

How far can a septic tank truck pump? ›

Usually the pump truck sits out in the driveway or street and a hose is used to vacuum out the septic tank. Most trucks, however, cannot pump more than 100 feet under normal flat conditions.

Can I pour a concrete slab over my septic tank? ›

It is never recommended to build a structure over any portion of your septic system. The most common problem we see is when someone wants to pump out their septic tank but doesn't know where their tank is located.

Can I build a deck over my septic tank? ›

It is usually not a good idea to build a deck near or on top of a septic tank. Most zoning ordinances will require that you maintain at least a 5' setback from an underground septic system. Installing frost footings and applying deck loads over a septic tank could result in damaging the tank or waste lines.

Can you put pavers over septic field? ›

Can You Put Pavers Over A Septic Tank? Pavers are not permitted on top of a septic tank, and doing so may be in violation of your state or local building codes. Septic tanks can bear very little weight without being damaged, and you'll also need access to the tank in the future.

What kind of pipe is used for septic drain field? ›

Leach Field Pipes

Leach pipes are usually made of perforated PVC pipe. To encourage the final product to trickle into the soil, the pipes are bedded in gravel and sand or sometimes are covered with plastic septic chambers.

How long should a leach line be? ›

The minimum length of leach trench for a new OWTS using leach lines as the dispersal system shall be 200 feet regardless of the projected wastewater flows. A 100% reserve area shall be required for all leach line systems.

Can a leach field be on a slope? ›

Septic drainfields that treat and dispose of clarified wastewater effluent using gravity need to be properly pitched and never sloped too steeply. Otherwise effluent will run too quickly to the low end of the drainfield line and gravel trench where it is likely to simply break out to the property surface.

What is the best type of septic system to install? ›

The best choice is a precast concrete septic tank. Precast septic tanks hold many advantages over plastic, steel, or fiberglass tanks. This is why so many cities and towns actually require the use of concrete septic tanks.

How do you use a toilet without a septic tank? ›

Composting toilets are the most popular toilets for use without a septic system.
...
Best Toilets without a Septic System
  1. Humanure Bucket Toilet Composting Toilet.
  2. Clivus Style Composting Toilets.
  3. Commercal Composting Toilets.
  4. Biogas Digester.
  5. Incinerating Toiltes.
  6. Outhouses aka Pit Latrines.

What to do after septic is pumped? ›

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Does shower water go into septic tank? ›

Most, but not all, septic systems operate via gravity to the septic tank. Each time a toilet is flushed, water is turned on or you take a shower, the water and waste flows via gravity through the plumbing system in your house and ends up in the septic tank.

Is RIDX good for sewer systems? ›

Q: How can I safely clean the pipes in my house? A: We have found an additional user for Rid-X Septic Tank Cleanser: as a safe and natural way to keep the insides of all plumbing lines clean. Rid-X is a bacterial enzyme that breaks down waste in septic tanks, but it can also be used for all waste systems in your house.

What are the signs that your septic tank is full? ›

Pooling around the grass over the septic tank area is an innocuous sign of a septic tank that may be full. If you notice standing water when it has not rained, this probably means the tank is at capacity, and some of the wastewater may be coming out of the tank and reaching the surface.

Does a leach field need a vent pipe? ›

Ventilation pipes.

Without a ventilation pipe at the other end, air cannot draw through to feed the aerobic bacteria in the leach field.

What are the 2 types of septic systems? ›

There are two basic septic system types — conventional and alternative. Site and soil conditions generally determine the type of system that should be installed.

What are lateral lines septic system? ›

Septic tank lateral lines are also known as percolation pipes. These are the perforated pipes that extend from the outlet of the septic tank below ground into the soil. The purpose of these lateral lines is to provide a network of pipes that the effluent from the septic tank runs through.

How do you maintain an aerobic septic system? ›

8 Dos and Don'ts for Aerobic System Maintenance
  1. Regularly Inspect Your Septic System. ...
  2. Pump Out Whenever Necessary. ...
  3. Be Water-wise. ...
  4. Use Licensed, Certified Companies. ...
  5. Flush Solids Down the Drains. ...
  6. Pour Harsh Chemicals in Your Toilets. ...
  7. Park Cars or Trucks on Your Drainfield or Reserve Area. ...
  8. Add Septic Tank Additives.

Are lagoons legal in Oklahoma? ›

Lagoon sizes in the southeastern counties of Oklahoma can be quite large due to the high rainfall and low evaporation rates. DEQ regulations do not allow lagoons to be constructed on tracts of land that are less than 2 ½ acres in size. Lagoons are a very effective treatment method and relatively easy to maintain.

How close can a septic tank be to a building? ›

"Septic tanks should be sited at least 7m from any habitable parts of buildings, and preferably downslope."

What is an alternative to a leach field? ›

Sand Filter

This is one example of an alternative septic system without a leach field, which makes it compatible with environmentally sensitive areas. In some cases, the treated water can pass directly from the sand filtration system to the soil without needing to flow through more piping to a leach field.

How deep should a leach field be? ›

A standard leach line is considered to be three (3) feet wide and three (3) feet deep with a length as required.

How deep are leach field lines? ›

Leach fields are typically located in a large, flat and open area of your yard. They can have multiple trenches between 18 to 36 inches deep, one to three feet wide and up to 100 feet long. There are typically six feet between each trench. If properly maintained, leach fields can last up to 25 years.

How often do you put chlorine tablets in aerobic septic system? ›

Chlorine can harm the helpful bacteria in septic tanks, so it is important to use it correctly. The instructions on most chlorine tablet products recommend one to two tablets inserted into the wastewater tank each month for every person living in the household.

How many years does a septic system last? ›

Septic systems can last up to 25 years — or indefinitely in rare cases. It completely depends on the maintenance of the system. If you get regular inspections and make repairs as needed, your concrete septic tank can last longer than a lifetime.

Can you put toilet paper in an aerobic septic system? ›

Avoid doing all your laundry in one day; surges of water entering the system may hydraulically overload the system and throw off the balance of bacteria. DON'T flush anything except toilet paper and wastewater.

Can fish live in septic lagoons? ›

There is no problem with the basic process of using sewage to grow fish, you just have to design the system to deal with the problems - odor, bacteria, etc. One option is a conventional sewage treatment plant ( Aerobic or Anaerobic) that treats the sewage to bathing quality but does not remove the nutrients, N and P.

How do you clean a sewage lagoon? ›

First, the lagoon is completely drained of all water. Next, the sanitation service will use a bulldozer, front-end loader, or backhoe to remove the built-up grime and sludge from the lagoon. The waste will then be transported to the nearest public wastewater treatment facility.

Do sewage lagoons smell? ›

Septic sewage lagoon odors

Seasonal lagoon turnover causes sludge and odors to rise to the surface. A raw sewage odor means lagoon failure: There is not enough DO or circulation to digest influent BOD, so waste just accumulates and digests anaerobically, which is slow and releases foul odors.

Can I build a deck over my septic tank? ›

It is usually not a good idea to build a deck near or on top of a septic tank. Most zoning ordinances will require that you maintain at least a 5' setback from an underground septic system. Installing frost footings and applying deck loads over a septic tank could result in damaging the tank or waste lines.

Can you pour concrete over septic lines? ›

You should never pave over your septic tank. Although soil compaction is not a major issue for septic tanks, there are other dangers presented by placing an insecure septic tank underneath concrete and heavy vehicles. Certain materials and structures must be used to make it safe to pave over septic tanks.

Can septic tank be in front of house? ›

A septic tank, in Vastu, is a source of negative energy. So, considering the idea of designing the house entrance to invite positive energies in Vastu shastra principles, avoid constructing a septic tank in front of the main entrance. There should be a minimum distance of two feet between a wall and the tank.

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