Where do I turn in my rebate application?

At Whatcom County Public Works- Natural Resources, 322 N. Commercial, Suite 110, Bellingham, WA 98225. The office is located in the tall gray and blue building across the street from the Bellingham Public Library.

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1. How do I know if I am eligible for the rebate?
2. Where do I turn in my rebate application?
3. What do I need to submit for the rebate?
4. How do I sign up for a class?
5. How large of a rebate can I receive?
6. How long does it take to receive the rebate?
7. When is the last date for me to submit my rebate materials? If something comes up, can I still submit them late?
8. I followed the instructions I received after completing my training and have submitted all of my rebate application materials. Is there anything more I need to do?
9. Can I submit applications for all three rebate options?
10. Is the rebate level the same if I complete the in person training or the online training?
11. I completed an evaluation, septic tank pumping, or installed equipment before I received a letter from the Whatcom County Health Department. Am I still eligible for the rebate?
12. I attended a homeowner workshop a few years ago; can you verify that I attended a class? Can I still submit a rebate now?
13. I sent my rebate materials in a few months ago and still have not had any response. Did you receive my information?
14. I completed the online inspection training—am I qualified to inspect my own system for the remainder of the life of the system?
15. If I have a certified professional complete my septic system evaluation, why do I need to complete a homeowner training?