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Meet the Inspector 

I will take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Mo Dube, and I am a Maine state certified subsurface wastewater disposal system inspector . I was born into the wastewater industry, my father Eugene “Gene” Dube the past president of Pat Jackson, Inc. a well known Site Evaluator and ingenuitive man that contributed greatly to the wastewater industry is the legacy I have to follow. I find that these are very big shoes to fill. My favorite thing to do is subsurface wastewater disposal system inspections, I can remember the times my dad would give me a ten dollar bill if I went out with him on his inspections and dug all the test pits, its more than just a fond memory, it was also experience gained, and why I was able to become a Maine state certified septic inspector at the age of 12. I am currently completing my apprenticeship as a site evaluator in training, and hope that to be my next venture. I live a busy life with my spouse and two boys 4yo/3mo. 

I TAKE IT PERSONAL!

My family has made it a point to live as sustainably as possible, we live by the understanding that life and resources are valuable. If we can not protect our resources such as our water, aquatic population, land and wildlife then there is no feasible way to sustain our human population. I use this thinking strategy daily to provide the best contribution to the wastewater community possible. I am the Co-chair for the communication executive committee  for the Maine Water Environment Association an organization that contributes greatly to our state in regards to wastewater treatment and Maine's clean water standards. I look forward to this upcoming year for MEWEA and being part of an organization that is making such a beneficial impact on our state.

I am also the Vice President of  the Maine Association of Site Evaluators, a group that offers extensive resources in soil science and subsurface wastewater disposal system design. 

Adding to the list, I am a InterNACHI certified Septic Inspector, which means my consumer base has the added benefit of a guarantee.  InterNACHI is so certain of the integrity of our members

that we back them up with our $10,000 Honor Guarantee.   InterNACHI is so certain of the integrity of our members

that we back them up with our $10,000 Honor Guarantee.  

 

InterNACHI will pay up to $10,000 (USD; maximum collective aggregate) for the cost of replacement of personal property lost (and not recovered, restituted or insured) during an inspection and stolen by an InterNACHI-certified member who was convicted of or pleaded guilty (or no contest) to any criminal charge resulting from the member's taking of the client's personal property.  Claimant agrees that the exclusive venue for any action against InterNACHI arising out of this Honor Guarantee is the District Court in Boulder County, Colorado.  InterNACHI's Honor Guarantee is valid in all of the U.S. and Canada.