Fralinger Engineering is pleased to announce that Aislinn Gandy has obtained her Certification from the National Environmental Health Association for the installation of advanced onsite wastewater treatment systems. She is now nationally certified to directly oversee the installation of on-site wastewater disposal (a.k.a. septic) systems utilizing advanced technologies including aerobic treatment units and alternative disposal media. This certification is now required by the NJDEP for individuals involved with the installation of septic systems that require advanced level technologies under the new septic rules that went into effect in April 2012. The new rules have also streamlined the process for obtaining approvals for advanced technology treatment systems, and requires the use of these systems on existing properties that may not support a traditional septic system. These technologies also provide for the installation of more aesthetic systems on properties that would normally have large “mounds” due to high water tables or difficult soils.
Aislinn has been with Fralinger Engineering for 12 years and is currently the Firm’s Environmental Specialist who, in addition to working with septic system designs, also performs wetland delineations and prepares various permit applications to NJDEP for CAFRA, Waterfront Development, Freshwater Wetlands, Flood Hazard Area Permits, and Tidelands Licenses. Aislinn graduated from Rowan University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology. Aislinn resides in Lawrence Township, Cumberland County, with her husband, Brian.