- Biomedical Waste
- Body Piercing
- Drinking Water
- Group Care
- Indoor Air
- Limited Use Public Water Systems
- Migrant Labor
- Mobile Home Parks
- Onsite Sewage Disposal
- Pools and Spas
- Rabies Surveillance
- Rodent Control
- Sanitary Nuisances
- Used needles (Sharps)
- Tattoo and Permanent Make-up Facilities
- Water Sampling
- Blue-Green Algae (Cyanobacteria)
3441 Southeast Willoughby Boulevard
Stuart, FL 34994
The FDOH in Martin County samples wells around contamination sites and wells that are regulated by our office.
What should I test my well for?
If you are not having specific problems, a good start is to test for disease-causing bacteria, nitrate and lead. These samples must be taken and transported using approved techniques.
What laboratories test water in this area?
Big Lake Laboratory, Okeechobee 863-763-3336 Everglades Laboratory, West Palm Beach 561-833-4200 Flowers Chemical Laboratory, Port St. Lucie 772-343-8006 Jupiter Environmental Laboratory, Jupiter 561-575-0030 Nutting Environmental Laboratory, Boynton Beach 561-732-7200
How can I look up my well permit?
To access well permit information on your property, follow these steps:
User Name: PUBLIC
File Cabinet: MARTIN COUNTY (enter MARTIN COUNTY as two separate words)
On the top of the page, click Retrieve
On the drop down menu, choose permit type. There are three (3) categories: Septic, Well, and I/M (Industrial Manufacturing and Commercial systems).
Enter the property address (i.e. house number), street name (without north, east, west, or south), and other information such as lot, block and subdivision. Usually entering just a house number is a good idea as it will bring up two or three properties to choose from. Once you have accessed information on your property, you will be able to rotate the site plans, using the buttons on top. You also have the ability to print out the information or e-mail it to your contractor.