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What happens if I let my certificate of registration expire?

If your driller or pump installer registration has lapsed for less than one year, you can renew it by sending in a registration fee of $125.00 and a $25.00 late fee for each registration. Provide a cover letter clearly stating that you are applying for renewal of an Arkansas driller or pump installer certificate of registration and provide your Arkansas registration number.  You will need to pay a registration and late fee for each expired certificate you intend to renew.

If your registration has lapsed for more than one year, you can renew it by sending in an application, with a registration fee of $125.00  and a $25.00 late fee.  You will need to pay a registration and late fee for each expired certificate you intend to renew. Provide a cover letter clearly stating that you are applying for renewal of an Arkansas driller or pump installer certificate of registration and provide your Arkansas registration number.  Your application will be presented for approval at the next commission meeting date after all paperwork has been submitted.  If approved at the commission meeting, you will be contacted with a date for testing. (Testing is usually 3 weeks after a commission meeting.)

To drill water wells or install pumps in Arkansas, you must be a registered Arkansas Water Well Driller or Arkansas Pump Installer and perform the work under the license of a person holding an Arkansas Water Well Contractor's License or hold your own Arkansas Water Well Contractor's License. 

WATER WELL CONSTRUCTION COMMISSION STATE OF ARKANSAS
101 East Capitol, Suite 350
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201

PHONE: (501) 682-3900
FAX: (501) 682-3991

Email: jackie.broach@arkansas.gov

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