(A) Private sewage disposal systems constructed prior to the effective date of these regulations shall comply with any provision of these regulations deemed necessary by the Health Department.
(B) The Board of Health is, hereby, authorized and directed to make sure inspections as are necessary to determine satisfactory compliance with these regulations.
(C) It shall be the duty of the owner or occupant of a property to give the Board of Health free access to the property at reasonable times for the purpose of making such inspections as are necessary to determine compliance with the requirements of these regulations.
(D) A private sewage disposal system which has been installed by a home owner for his own personal single family residence; or by a contractor, occupant, agent, servant or representative of any such person shall not be covered or placed in operation unless specifically authorized by the Health Department until the said installation shall have been inspected and written approval of the said system shall have been issued by the Health Department.
(E) The Authorized Representative may make inspections during the course of the construction of any private sewage disposal system to insure compliance with these regulations.
The home owner, private sewage disposal system contractor, occupant, agent, servant, or representative of any such person who is responsible for the installation, construction, alternation or extension of any private sewage disposal system shall notify the Health Department no later than forty-eight (48) hours before the date the actual installation, construction, alteration, or extension work is scheduled to begin.
(F) If any home owner who installs his own private sewage disposal system, or any contractor, occupant, agent, servant or representative of such person, shall backfill any portion of the said system or cover the same with earth, cinders, gravel, shale, or any other material which will prevent the same from being readily viewed to determine if the said system meets all requirements of these regulations before receipt of written approval by the Health Department, the Health Department may give fifteen (15) days notice in writing to such home owner so violating the provisions of these regulations, to uncover such backfilled or covered portions of the said system.
(G) If, at the end of such fifteen (15) days, the homeowner, or contractor, occupant, agent, servant or representative of any such person, shall not have uncovered the private sewage disposal system, the permit is automatically invalidated and penalty action may be taken. The Health Department may elect to have the system uncovered at the expense of the homeowner. Failure of the homeowner to pay such costs within thirty (30) days shall result in execution of a lien against the property.