Copy of the plan and specifications of the proposed apparatus, showing the top and longitudinal section to a scale of not less than 1:50.
Copy of a site plan of the premises, to a scale not less than 1:100, showing:
The fee owing will be determined through the completion of the application form.
Application to the Shire of Murray:
Once the application has been processed, we will issue an invoice for the applicable fees, this can be paid online.
Cash, card, cheques and money orders are accepted.
Cheques and money orders are accepted.
For Applications to the Executive Director of Public Health:Please follow instructions in the application form.
This will be determined when filling out the application form.
Applications to the Shire of Murray can be made in the following ways:
Send the completed application form and supporting documents to:
Bring the completed application form, payment and supporting documents to:
Shire of Murray Administration Office, 1915 Pinjarra Road, Pinjarra 6208 View Map
Post the completed application form, cheque or money order and supporting documents to:PO Box 21, Pinjarra WA 6208
Applications to the Executive Director of Public Health:Please follow instructions in the application form.
We will contact you should we require any further information and should all conditions be satisfactorily met, we will issue approval.
Installation should be completed in accordance with the conditions of approval.
An appointment must be made with a Shire Environmental Health Officer to conduct an inspection of the apparatus. It is recommended that the inspection be arranged by a plumber as certain procedures may need to be actioned to facilitate the inspection.
Where the apparatus is an aerobic treatment unit (ATU) or nutrient retentive system the person notifying the Shire shall provide an 'as constructed' plan and written certification that the unit has been installed in accordance with Department of Health specifications.
If the installation is approved a permit will be issued.
Please note: It is an offence to occupy a dwelling or building prior to the issue of a Permit to Use.
If an additional inspection is required due to faulty workmanship or incomplete compliance with conditions of approval, a re-inspection fee will apply.
Systems are required for all unsewered areas in Murray.
Applications and installations are usually arranged by specialised contractors.
Plumbing connections are to be undertaken by a licensed plumber.
The effluent treatment system is to be a type approved by the Department of Health.
Please contact our Environmental Health Officers: