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Wind River Environmental Further Expands Coverage in the Atlanta Market with the Acquisition of Bishop-Thiem Septic Services

Marlborough, MA and Fayetteville, GA – September 16th, 2019

Wind River Environmental (“Wind River”), the nation’s leading provider of non-hazardous liquid environmental waste solutions, announced today that it has acquired Bishop-Thiem Septic Services (“Bishop-Thiem”), in Fayetteville, GA.

Bishop-Thiem, a family-owned business in operation since 1962, is a full-service provider of septic pumping, grease trap pumping, drain-field services, septic system installation and related services.

Bishop-Thiem’s President, Kevi Thiem-Talbott, comments, “We’re absolutely thrilled to join Wind River. We spent a lot of time selecting the best partner for our business, and we believe their local service-based approach is a great fit for our long-time customers and employees.”  David Parry, CEO of Wind River, comments, “Kevi has built a terrific company with a strong reputation for customer service.”  He added, “Bishop-Thiem will supplement Wind River’s strong existing presence in the Atlanta market and allow us to service our commercial and residential customers more efficiently throughout the region.”

About Wind River

Headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts, Wind River Environmental is a leading “super-regional” environmental services company.  Wind River and its affiliates service and maintain a broad array of non-hazardous liquid waste systems, including grease traps, septic tanks and related waste systems for a wide range of commercial, residential and municipal customers.  The company has a “vertical integration” model that handles all aspects of liquid waste streams ranging from collection and hauling though processing, treatment and disposal.  Backed by Gryphon Investors, a multi-billion-dollar private equity fund based in San Francisco, Wind River is the largest and most successful consolidator in this highly fragmented and growing market.  For more information, please visit

Media Contact:
Samantha Leahy
Wind River Environmental

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