EcoSeptix Alliance was formed in 2008 to provide operation, maintenance, and repair service for alternative and conventional septic systems. We also provide inspections of existing alternative systems for real estate transactions. From our office in Locust Grove, Virginia we serve residential and commercial customers in Caroline, Culpeper, Greene County, King George, Louisa, Madison, Orange, Spotsylvania, and Stafford counties.
Our services include annual, semi-annual, or more frequent inspections to ensure optimal system performance. Monitoring, maintenance, and reporting requirements are executed on behalf of the system owner. Maintenance is also performed to protect the integrity of any manufacturer warranty. Maintenance service includes minor component replacement or repairs, and necessary system adjustments.
Our mission is to provide environmentally sound solutions for onsite wastewater systems through innovative service programs and unparalleled customer service. We have assembled a team of experienced professionals who are licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia as Alternative Onsite Sewage System Operators. At its core, EcoSeptix prioritizes the protection of human health, the environment and your investment in your home. Our technicians collaborate with you to advance these priorities through ensuring the safe operation and maintenance of your septic system.
For our customers with alternative septic systems, we utilize an online reporting system to upload inspection reports to the Virginia Department of Health. We also e-mail a copy of the report to the owner for the required system maintenance log. This web-based system provides consistency in reporting and a backup of records should future review be required.
In many ways Curtis Moore is the founding father of EcoSeptix Alliance. Curtis has been evaluating soils and designing septic systems in this area for over 25 years. A licensed Alternative Onsite Soil Evaluator (AOSE), Curtis saw an increasing number of alternative septic systems being installed in the region and realized that many of them were not receiving proper care. Curtis has held a number of leadership roles in the Virginia Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (VOWRA) and has worked on legislation and regulations affecting septic system design and maintenance for a number of years. Curtis currently serves as Secretary/Treasurer of the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA).
Ed Scott is the President of EcoSeptix Alliance. His responsibilities include sales, marketing, and business administration for the company. Ed came to EcoSeptix Alliance with eighteen years of sales and management experience with a local farm supply cooperative. Ed also has a unique perspective that comes from having served in the Virginia House of Delegates from 2004 until 2016. Ed was recognized by his peers for his expertise on environmental issues and chaired the House Agriculture, Chesapeake, and Natural Resources Committee from 2014 to 2016.