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Wind River Environmental Acquires Rosey’s Tank Cleaning, Increasing Footprint in New Jersey and Delaware.

Marlborough, MA, Deptford, NJ, Wilmington, DE– 1/30/2018 – Wind River Environmental (“Wind River”) the nation’s largest full-service liquid waste management service provider, announced today that it has acquired Rosey’s Tank Cleaning, (“The Company”) to increase its service delivery capabilities in New Jersey and Delaware.

Rosey’s Tank Cleaning LLC was founded in 1992, beginning with a single 2,200 gallon vacuum truck and only two employees. During the last 24 years they have evolved into a full service environmental and sewer contractor throughout New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Rosey’s Tank Cleaning offers services including tank pumping, line jetting, Hi-Vac and hydro-excavation, grease tank and grease trap pumping, drain cleaning, video inspections, pipe repairs, and utility locating.

John O’Connell, Wind River’s CEO, stated, “Adding Rosey’s Tank Cleaning to the WRE group of companies is an important step in solidifying our position as the leading provider of non-hazardous liquid waste services in the Mid-Atlantic region.  The addition of their sites in South Jersey and Delaware will enhance our emergency response capabilities and will allow for more efficient execution of services in the region.  We all look forward to working with Tony Papania and the team at Rosey’s to ensure a seamless integration and to continue our expansion within the region.”

About Wind River
Headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts, Wind River Environmental and its affiliated companies inspect, service, repair, and install a broad array of non-hazardous liquid waste systems, including septic tanks, grease traps, pumping, and industrial waste systems. The company offers a full array of services to residential, commercial, and municipal systems. In 2016, the company serviced more than 25,000 commercial and 52,000 residential sites. Operating from Maine to Florida, Wind River has over 600 team members all of whom are graduates of Wind River University including over 350 highly trained technicians. For more information, please visit

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