Eligibility Requirements

Follow these steps to get your rebate!   

Contact us to confirm your septic tank is in the project’s geographical area!

Click here to see an area pump-out map for other rebates that are available.

 1. Complete the  Septic System Survey! Rebates will not be issued unless completed. 

2. The rebate form will be sent to you by H2Ozarks

3. Schedule your pump out by a licensed sludge hauler. 

4. Have the pumper fill out their portion of the rebate form. To be eligible, this must be completed by the technician at the time of the pump-out. Be sure to complete your portion too.

5. Attach your paid receipt to the rebate form and email, mail, or drop off to our office ASAP!

Call our office with any questions!

$50.00 Septic Tank Pump Out Rebate!

H2Ozarks is providing a $50.00 rebate to homeowners located around Table Rock Lake in Stone and southeast Barry Counties in Missouri thanks to a grant from the Table Rock Lake Community Foundation

Contact us to confirm your septic tank is within the project’s geographical target area!

This rebate is available to homeowners meeting the eligibility requirements and who have their septic tank pumped out by a licensed sludge hauler during the project period of
November 1, 2022 to
April 30, 2023. This rebate has been extended until all funds are exhausted.

Rebates will be issued in the order received to homeowners meeting all eligibility criteria. 

Rebates are limited to the first 50 eligible rebate forms received! Limit one rebate per household.

Homeowners may mail in the rebate form or drop it off at our office in Kimberling City. Forms must be received during the project period.

This project is funded through a grant received from the Table Rock Lake Community Foundation. The Table Rock Lake Community Foundation’s mission is to enhance the quality of life in Stone County and southeast Barry County through resource development, community grantmaking, collaboration and public leadership. Founded on March 31, 2004, Table Rock Lake Community Foundation has distributed more than $9 million back to the community.

If properly designed, constructed, and maintained, your septic system can provide long-term, effective treatment of household wastewater. Septic systems should be maintained regularly, based on the size and use of your tank.

Pumping and regular maintenance of your system:

  • extends the life of your tank and lateral lines
  • protects against groundwater contamination
  • reduces nutrient loading into nearby waterways – protecting drinking water, wildlife habitat, and water quality

Routine septic pump-outs (typically every 3 – 5 years depending on your tank’s size and usage) will cost you around an average of $150-$250 per pump-out.

When a septic tank and lateral field reach a point of failure, it can cost tens-of-thousands of dollars to replace. Don’t let your septic system get to a point where it fails!

Other Pump Out Rebates

Taney County Pumpout Program

If you live in  Taney County (pink area on map) you may be able to have 100% of your septic tank pumpout cost covered! Contact John Soutee, Taney County Environmental Projects Coordinator, at (417) 546-7238 or by e-mail  john.soutee@co.taney.mo.us . Visit the  TCES website for additional information.

James River Basin Partnership “Fresh Flush” Pumpout Program

Do you live in the James River watershed, and need to get your septic tank pumped out? You may be eligible to receive a rebate as part of the “Fresh Flush” septic pump-out, education and awareness program to help keep septic tanks working properly. This program is administered by the James River Basin Partnership (JRBP) for residents in the counties of Green, Christian, Webster, Lawrence, and portions of Stone in Missouri.

In order to participate, you will need to contact JRBP BEFORE pumping out your tank.

Contact JRBP at (417) 836-4847 for the Pumpout Rebate program complete their online survey here.