Commercial Water Temperature Regulations and Your Hot Water Heater
Hot Water Heaters: A Critical Part of Many Businesses
For companies that rely on hot water from their hot water heater for everyday tasks, making sure water is at the appropriate temperature in the appropriate parts of the business is critical. Although there are a number of businesses that can be described this way, restaurants are the most common. They serve as a good example of how requirements can change even within the same building.
Hot Water Heaters in Restaurants
The average restaurant has at least four different routine uses for hot water: the sinks in their public restrooms, hand washing sinks for employees, the dishwasher’s wash cycle, and the dishwasher’s rinse cycle. Each of these has a different required correct or maximum temperature. For example, Massachusetts safety regulations require public restrooms to have a maximum sink temperature of 110 degrees. Hand washing sinks for employees, on the other hand, can reach 120 degrees, as they are not considered public and employees are trusted to better know what temperature they can handle. (Higher temperatures are not allowed to prevent accidents; scalding can occur almost instantly at 130-140 degrees.)
For dishwashers, the industry standard is 150-160 degrees during the wash cycle and 180 degrees during the rinse cycle for proper sanitation. In some places, low-temp dishwashers can be used in conjunction with a chemical sanitizing agent. These wash at 120-140 degrees for both the wash and rinse cycle.
These requirements put a major onus on the reliability of your hot water heater and your plumbing system. In most restaurants, the hot water heater must be able to heat water to 180 degrees as well as supply the substantial quantity required all day, every day. A tiny slip in the performance of your hot water heater can throw off the functioning of your restaurant; a failure in the plumbing controls can lead to improperly sanitized plates and silverware, or worse yet, unexpected burns.
Make Sure Your Hot Water Heater is Professionally Installed
Your commercial hot water heater should be top-of-the-line, but it also needs to be installed by experienced professionals who know how to keep it running for years without issue. If you’re in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, or southern New Hampshire and you need a plumber, contact us today!
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Your Septic System Basic Questions, Answered!
One in five households in the US have onsite wastewater systems. Prevalent in the Northeast and South, septic systems are alternatives to a residential home being on public sewer. A septic system traps the waste and the liquid makes its way out to the leaching fields where it will filter out into the ground water over time. If you have a septic system on your property and have septic questions about how it works (or you are just really into onsite wastewater systems like we are) read on to learn some septic system basics!
Septic System Basics: Anatomy
Although there are many types of septic systems and the specific design and components vary, the basics of each system are generally the same. The primary function of a septic system is to collect wastewater as it leaves the home, separate the solid waste from the liquid waste, and filter the liquid out into the leaching field. Each component of a septic system plays an important role in the process of separating the waste.
A main sewage line connects the home’s plumbing to a septic tank that is located outside the home underground. A septic tank is typically a concrete or plastic container that is rectangular in size and water tight. When waste reaches the septic tank, solids settle to the bottom of the tank and as the liquid level rises it exits the tank through what is called the outlet line. To prevent a lot of movement in the tank when waste enters, there are typically baffles or “T”s in place on both the inlet and outlet sides of the tank. Preventing movement helps the solid waste and liquid waste remain separate in the tank.
Once the waste is in the tank and the solids/sludge has settled to the bottom, bacteria helps to eat away at the solids. Use of a regular bacterial additive, like CCLS, is helpful to increase the level of healthy bacteria. Over time, however, some solids remain and build up in the tank. This is why regular service is an important part of maintaining a healthy septic system.
The liquid effluent makes its way out of the tank typically into what is called a distribution box. The function of a distribution box is in its very name, to distribute the liquid effluent as it leaves the septic tank to the lines of the leaching field.
The leach field is a set of drainage pipes that are layered with crushed stone and top soil. The layers allow for further filtration of the effluent before it enters the ground water.
Septic System Anatomy – Recap
To recap, the main components that comprise a septic system are:
- Inlet pipe: Directs waste from the home to the septic tank
- Septic tank: Where the liquid effluent separates from the solid sludge
- Outlet pipe: Where the separated effluent exits the septic tank
- Distribution box: Distributes liquid effluent to leaching lines
- Leaching field: Set of drainage pipes that allow for further filtration of the liquid effluent back into the environment’s ground water
Other Septic System Components
Some septic systems have components that are not mentioned above. Septic design and septic installations vary because every property is different. For example, some septic systems require a pump to be installed to help move the liquid effluent from one component to the next.
Another component that you might see is what we call a “candy cane”. A candy cane, which is actually a vent pipe, allows for proper air ventilation for the leaching field. Sometimes vent pipes can also be installed to run through the home’s main plumbing ventilation, but other times a candy cane is necessary to properly vent the leaching field.
Septic System Basics: Do’s and Don’ts
A septic system is a large (and expensive) aspect of your home. Maintaining it properly is vital to prevent any emergency situations like backups in the home or worse, total system failure.
Let’s start with our septic system DO’S:
- DO spread laundry use over the course of the week rather than multiple loads in one day. Running your washing machine over and over throughout a short period of time can overload a system with liquid. If the system becomes too full with liquid with not enough time to allow for proper leaching, you may experience a soggy yard where your septic tank is located or the system might backup into your home.
- DO make note of where the components of your system are located. Key components to note are where the covers are located in the yard and where the leach field is on the property. This is helpful not only when it is time for regular service, but also if there is an emergency or if you are planning to place a structure on the property.
- DO have the system serviced regularly. This one is a part of Wind River’s 3 step process to maintaining a healthy system. Like we mentioned earlier, although SOME solids break down with the help of bacteria, some do accumulate in the tank overtime. Without service, they are left to build up in the tank creating less and less room for liquid effluent to enter which causes it to overload the system.
- DO use septic safe products. Household cleaning products, such as laundry detergent, should be concentrated, low-sudsing, low (or no) phosphates, and bio-degradable. A full list of septic safe products can be found on our website by clicking here!
Now for the DON’TS:
- Don’t overload the system with high volumes of water. This relates back to spreading laundry out over the course of the week.
- Don’t allow fats, oils, or grease (FOG) down the drains. This can clog up your pumping and your septic system.
- Don’t enter a septic tank without proper training and ventilation. Entering a septic tank requires special certification and training. There are very strict procedures on entering confined spaces such as septic tanks and no one should enter one unless they have been specially trained to do so.
- Don’t allow vehicles or heavy equipment to drive across your septic tank and leaching field. This can crush the components of the system.
- Don’t flush anything other than human waste and 1 ply toilet paper down the drains. We have an extensive DO NOT FLUSH for septic list on our website here.
Septic System Basics: Services, Repairs, and Inspections
Wind River Environmental is committed to extending the life of your septic system. We recommend a three step process to help keep your system healthy and functioning properly.
- Regular Septic and Cesspool Pumping Service
Several factors should be considered when deciding how often your septic tank or cesspool system needs to be serviced. You must take into account the age of the system, the number of occupants in your home, the use of a garbage disposal and the amount of laundry being done in the home. Every system is different. What is right for your system may not be right for your neighbor’s. Speak with your Wind River Environmental technician or call our customer service center to discuss the appropriate frequency of septic service for you.
- Bacterial Additive Products
Bacteria must be present in the septic tank or cesspool system in order to break down the organic solids. Today, households use a wide range of anti-bacterial soaps, detergents and cleaning fluids. While these ordinary household products do a great job killing unwanted bacteria in your home, they also destroy beneficial bacteria that your system. In our experience, over the counter solutions are not properly formulated to meet today’s cesspool needs.
a. To ensure consistent periodic introduction of bacteria into your system, we suggest using our CCLS bacterial additive. One quart every other month will likely be sufficient to help your system function at its best. CCLS also keeps the pipes in your home clean, destroys household plumbing odors and reduces odor in trash cans
b. Boost is applied to your septic tank or cesspool by your Wind River Environmental Technician at the time of service. Wind River Environmental Boost introduces enzymes intended to breakdown organic waste such as food products and grease from kitchen waste and garbage grinders. It is essentially a shock treatment for your septic tank, and true to its name it will give your tank the bacteria boost it needs to break down solids.
3. Septic System Filter
If your septic system was installed with a filter, it should be cleaned at every septic service. We recommend that you install a septic tank filter if you do not have one. It is an important tool that will protect your leach field by acting as a strainer, keeping the hair, grit, grime, and larger particles not yet broken down in your tank from getting out into your leach field lines. If you have a cesspool system there is no outlet tee to install a filter, so it is very important to follow the first 2 steps to maintain a healthy system.
At the time of a septic pumping service, our technician does perform a brief inspection of the system. The technician will assess the levels in the tank, inspect the covers of the system to ensure they are intact, clean the filter, and of course service the tank. His findings and any recommendations will be noted on the customer service report.
Sometimes, a more formal and detailed inspection is needed. For real estate transactions in Massachusetts, for example, the home owner must obtain what is called a Title V inspection before the property transfers ownership. The Title V inspection involves exposing the components of the system to fully inspect them and must be completed by a technician who is certified to perform Title V inspections. Wind River employs several Title V certified technicians for our customer’s convenience. After the inspection, a formal report is filed with the town. Depending on the inspector’s findings, the system can pass, fail, or conditional pass. A conditional pass may require follow up work that will then need to be inspected by the town at which point the town will determine if the system has met the necessary requirements to receive a certificate of compliance.
Septic System Basics: Repairs
Septic Build ups (risers): A build up, also known as a riser, is a plastic collar that fits on top of the opening of the septic system. A build up is helpful in the event a home owner’s septic covers are buried deep underground. We are able to cut the riser to size, so the customer can have the cover brought to 6 inches below the ground’s surface or we can bring it “to grade” which is right at the surface of the ground.
Septic Cover Replacements: Wind River Environmental takes septic cover safety seriously. At each service, our technicians inspect the condition of each septic cover. Once the covers to the system are exposed they are inspected for integrity and safety. If our technician discovers a cover which is unsafe, his first action will be to secure and block off the area. He then reports the cover to his manager and customer service and remains onsite until the customer has been notified.
Septic covers are available in a variety sizes and types to fit the system. Our professional technician will always be on hand to consult with you about the best onsite options for your replacement covers. For example, green plastic covers can be used to blend naturally with the yard. If the cover is in an area where it would be weight-bearing, such as a parking lot or driveway, special load-bearing covers are used to ensure safety.
Filters: Like we mentioned in our three step plan to septic health, a filter can be an integral part in keeping solid waste out of your leach field. Depending on your specific system there are several options for septic filters.
Component Replacements: Sometimes components of the septic system require replacement over time, such as the inlet or outlet T’s or the distribution box. Wind River has a team of technicians dedicated to repairs of this nature.
So, what is it going to take to keep my septic system healthy?
The most important thing you can do for your septic system is regular service. Without regular septic service, solids and sludge can build up over time. Adding a filter and bacterial additive, as suggested by Wind River’s 3 step maintenance program, can also help to prolong the life of your system.
Still looking for more information? Here are some additional resources to learn more!
Wind River Environmental Acquires A-Pro Rooter of Holbrook, MA
Marlborough, MA and Holbrook, MA – 5/17/2018 – Wind River Environmental (“Wind River”) the nation’s leading full-service non-hazardous liquid waste management service provider, announced today that it has acquired the business assets of A-Pro Rooter of Holbrook, MA. This acquisition strengthens Wind River’s service capabilities in the New England area.
A-Pro Rooter was founded in 1994 by James McGrath. A local provider of septic tank pumping, plumbing, grease trap pumping, hi-vac services, drain cleaning, and jetting services, A-Pro Rooter has offered plumbing and drain services to numerous commercial clients.
Jack Bailey, Wind River’s Vice President of Business Development, stated, “Jim McGrath’s team at A-Pro Rooter has gained a reputation as a “can do” team of problem solvers on behalf of a blue-chip customer roster. We’re extremely happy to have their team join the Wind River family and welcome them with open arms.”
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 2017, the company serviced more than 30,000 commercial and 55,000 residential sites. Operating from Maine to Florida, Wind River has over 700 team members all of whom are graduates of Wind River University including over 460+ highly trained technicians. For more information, please visit www.wrenvironmental.com.
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Grease Removal for your Business
Most commercial kitchens have a grease trap, also known as a grease interceptor. The grease trap comes after the three bay sink to help catch grease before it can make its way into the plumbing. If you have a grease trap in your commercial kitchen, you will have to arrange for a grease removal service regularly to remain compliant with local regulations and to prevent costly repairs or backups. Wind River Environmental technicians are experts in grease removal services as well as grease trap repairs and grease trap replacements! It’s easy to schedule a grease trap service with Wind River!
What our Service Entails…
During our grease trap service, we perform a 14-point inspection of the grease trap and components to ensure that everything is working (and flowing) properly. Our 14-point inspection includes:
- Inspect cover
- Inspect gaskets
- Inspect bolts
- Inspect rods
- Inspect baffle
- Inspect baskets
- Inspect for rust
- Check flow of trap
- Check for leaks
- Advise when Drain Cleaning Services are needed
- Inspect strainers
- Inspect screens
- Advise if frequency of maintenance should be changed
- Compile a complete condition report on every visit
It is important that we inspect each component to properly service and inform our customer of any necessary follow up actions that may be needed. For example, if the grease trap is flowing slowly that could be an indication of a grease clog in the pipes. At that time, our technician would recommend drain cleaning services to our customer before the issue becomes worse. A clog in the line can create a backup into the grease trap, and eventually into the three bay sink. Nothing is worse than a busy restaurant unable to wash dishes during dinner time!
Not sure if your grease trap needs servicing or how often you should have it serviced? We offer automatic service frequencies that help take the guess work out of when you are due for service. Wind River makes it easy for you! Call Wind River Environmental today for more information and to schedule your next service.
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Keep Your Business Flowing with Wind River’s Licensed Plumbers
In the day-to-day operations of a commercial business, it’s easy to take the plumbing for granted. It’s only when a plumbing issue arises that panic sets in and services grind to a halt. To restore hot water and unclog pipes, you find yourself tracking down the best licensed plumbers. Settling for anything less puts you at risk of improper repairs and overpayment. The licensed plumbers of Wind River Environmental are trained, certified, and experienced. Check out our full plumbing service offerings!
Why Use Wind River’s Licensed Plumbers?
Our licensed plumbers excel at the following:
- Repairing or replacing your inside grease traps and components.
- Repairing or replacing entire drain lines in your facility.
- Tackling small leaks, toilet seals, or any other little plumbing annoyance.
- Repairing your hot water heater.
Leave Plumbing to the Professionals
Commercial plumbing repairs are serious business. While you may have had a little luck fixing a leaking toilet at home once, the experience just doesn’t compare to that of a licensed plumber. Trying to save your business money will actually result in costing more money in the long run due to mistakes and even injuries. In fact, plumbing is listed on a DoItYourself.com list of projects you should never tackle yourself!
Plumbing is the quiet, behind-the-scenes yet powerful tool that your business relies upon to succeed. Hospitals and hotels depend upon hot water, as do restaurants. Employees and customers need restroom facilities and localities demand clog-free pipes. Plumbing is an important component of any commercial business and is at the heart of what keeps business flowing and customers happy.
Contact Wind River Environmental Today
A regularly scheduled maintenance schedule with one of our licensed plumbers is the best route to avoiding a shutdown. At Wind River Environmental, our licensed plumbers believe in staying ahead of plumbing issues by checking important systems on a routine basis, and they are located throughout the East Coast. For more information about Wind River Environmental services, contact us today.
Clearing a Clogged Drain: A Safe Formula From Wind River Environmental
Clearing a Clogged Drain Safely
Every busy household is bound to experience a clogged drain in one form or another eventually. Cooking grease or solids get washed down the kitchen sink when some helpful individual washes the dishes but forgets to plug in the sink strainer. Human hair can accumulate in tub and shower drains. Of course, these bothersome clogs tend to follow Murphy’s Law, occurring at the most inconvenient times, and exasperated homeowners usually want to get that drain flowing again as quickly and easily as possible.
Unfortunately, bad advice abounds when it comes to clearing a clogged drain, and among the worst do-it-yourself tips we’ve seen are the recommendations to dump hazardous, caustic chemicals down the sink.
The most common hazardous chemicals in commercially available “drain openers” are sulfuric and hydrochloric acid. These nasty acids are usually accompanied by another class of hazardous chemicals known as “caustics” to improve performance. The caustics are usually sodium hydroxide and lye. Acids produce heat when they react chemically with caustics, which creates a potential for violent explosion and splashback burns. Drain opener poisoning is a risk which can and should be avoided at all costs.
If misused, these powerful chemicals will not only dissolve the clog, but they’ll also go to work on eating up the pipes in your drain system! If the line is running to a septic system, all that nasty chemical residue ends up in the surrounding soil. This causes an environmental hazard for not only the homeowner but for the community.
Wind River Environmental’s Safe Drain Clearing Formula
When it comes to clogged drains, the good old plunger is the homeowner’s best friend and should always be the first step attempted to clear a drain. If the clog is too stubborn to blow through with a plunger, the plumbing professionals at Wind River Environmental recommend that 1/2 cup of baking soda and 1/2 cup of white vinegar be applied to the drain. Let this mixture sit in the drain for a few moments and then rinse the drain with hot water to relieve the clog. If that fails, it’s time to give us a call at Wind River Environmental for professional help. If you’ve got a stubborn clogged drain, contact us!
Drain Cleaning Service Available 24/7 at Wind River Environmental
When all else fails, the drain cleaning experts at Wind River Environmental will bring in the big guns to get your drain open and flowing. Our professional technicians come armed with augers and power jetting equipment that can handle the toughest clogs. We have cameras for inspecting the drain pipe interiors to diagnose the cause of recurring drain problems such as line breakage or root intrusion, and we can advise you on the best solutions to restore smooth drainage flow.
Wind River Environmental is the industry-leading provider of a full range of commercial and residential septic, plumbing, and wastewater services. Our expert technicians are available 24/7, so don’t hesitate to contact us for all of your septic and plumbing needs!
Septic Cleaning in Hollis, New Hampshire
The Gorgeous Town of Hollis, New Hampshire
Hollis is a quiet, rural town, yet right next to Nashua and within an hour’s drive of Boston. You can enjoy a picnic and swim at Silver Lake, buy something unusual at the Sunday Flea Market, or get fresh, locally grown vegetables at any of the town’s farm stands. In winter there’s local cross-country skiing, and it’s not far to the White Mountains. It’s not the big city, though, and residents have to deal with their own water and leach fields. Don’t worry, though. We’re ready to help out, so schedule your septic pumping in Hollis, New Hampshire today!
The History of Hollis, New Hamshire
The history of the town dates back to before the American Revolution. When John Boynton brought the news of the fighting at Lexington, 92 men assembled at the town common and joined the forces that ultimately drove the Redcoats out. Three of them lost their lives at Bunker Hill. Those were the days before indoor plumbing, septic services, and septic repairs. Almost everyone lived on a farm, so waste didn’t go to waste.
In the early nineteenth century, Hollis was a minor mill town, with six sawmills and five grain mills in 1820. No rivers go through the town, so it didn’t get the industrial development which Nashua and Manchester, NH enjoyed (or perhaps endured). With septic pumping still a thing of the future, though, its streams had to carry waste to the Nashua and Merrimack Rivers, adding to their pollution. Today those streams are clean again and form a pleasant part of the town’s landscape.
It was the middle of the nineteenth century before indoor plumbing became common. After that, people had to put up with little nuisances like clogged drains, but the town became considerably cleaner. Today, the smell of fertilizer is confined to the town’s many farmlands. Thanks in part to indoor plumbing and septic cleaning, Hollis has a twenty-first-century cleanliness to go with its old New England heritage.
Contact Wind River Environmental About Septic Cleaning in Hollis, New Hampshire
At Wind River Environmental, we’re proud to serve Hollis, New Hampshire! Not only do we perform septic cleaning, but we also can unclog drains, install grease traps, perform preventative maintenance, and more! If you’re interested in any of our services, please contact us today!
Expert Emergency and Routine Stormwater Removal
The risk of leaving a storm drain clogged can have major consequences. Why let clogged storm drains cost you headaches and unnecessary repair expenses? Rest assured, if your storm drain is blocked, you can take advantage of Wind River Environmental’s Hy Vac service for storm water removal!
Whether it’s an emergency backup or routine service your Wind River is here to make sure you catch basin is well-attended. Please don’t hesitate to contact us so that we can put your concerns at ease.
Know the Risks
Sand, leaves, branches, and other debris collect in storm drains and can build up over time. When a catch basin becomes congested, water is unable to drain. This can be extremely problematic to your municipal, residential, and business properties. A clogged stormwater drain near public facilities, homes, and businesses could flood and ruin flooring, furniture, and appliances.
Likewise, outdoor flooding can devastate your garden, driveway, and vehicles. Each town may have specific regulations regarding safe storm water drainage, which can typically be found on a city government website. Wind River Environmental is conscious of local regulations to ensure compliance.
Even amid major weather events, we are qualified and prepared to serve you. Our Hy Vac service includes 24/7 year-round coverage with expertise storm water removal.
Other Hy Vac Services Available From Wind River Environmental
With our Hydro Excavation service, soil is safely removed using a dual-purpose technique that involves pressurized water to break apart build-ups and a high-powered vacuum for take-in. With Hydro Excavation, utilities and structures are accurately and noninvasive installed underground; for example, pipe or sewage lines can be installed or revitalized. The importance of our efficient and precise Hydro Excavation process can prevent unnecessary environmental and structural damage that leads to inconveniences like traffic and unintended property repair costs.
Other services our hy vac equipment can provide are: leachate removal, liquid sludge removal, cake sludge removal, and alum sludge removal. Furthermore, our services cover pumping digesters or lagoons and vacuuming any clogged catch basins, lift stations, mains, and external grease traps.
Remember, when an emergency arises, highly-qualified and knowledgeable technicians at Wind River Environmental are always equipped for the even the toughest storm water removal. Similarly, take the next step and be prepared with our routine Hy Vac service so that you never have to worry about your catch basin clogging.
Trenchless Pipelining – Are You Lucky Enough To Qualify?
Are You Aware of Trenchless Pipelining?
Trenchless pipelining has been around nearly 20 years, but a lot of homeowners are unaware of this option. To find out if you qualify, we just need to thread a camera through your pipes to see what sort of issues are involved. Want to know if you are lucky enough to qualify? Call us today to schedule an appointment!
Installing Trenchless Pipelining With Wind River Environmental
Once we arrive and take a look at your lines, we should be able to tell you if trenchless pipelining is a viable option for you. Tree roots are one of the most common problems seen. In times past, this would involve digging a trench in your yard, replacing old pipe with new, and reseeding after completion – if you were lucky enough that the line didn’t cut under your driveway!
Today, we can pressure wash those roots and many other obstructions away. Then we put an expandable liner in place and use air or water pressure to inflate it to cover any cracks. Once this cures, your pipe is as good as new. The new liner will only create about a quarter inch thickness and will not hinder water removal from your home.
Using this minimally invasive method of repair cuts down on time you are without water, labor for digging up and replacing pipes, and any landscaping repair. While this isn’t a guarantee it will be more cost-effective, the likelihood is significant.
Contact Wind River Environmental Today!
If you’re having problems with seepage in your yard, toilets flushing slowly, or tubs or washing machines draining slowly, give Wind River Environmental a call to set up an inspection. Before putting out a lot of money for replacing damaged pipes, let one of our technicians take a look to see if you are lucky enough to qualify for trenchless pipelining. We are here to serve your needs and help you save on repairs!
Spotlight: Professional Waste Management Provided for Milford, NH
The Serenity of Small-Town Life in Milford, NH
Living in Milford, NH is a treat for all who embrace small-town life. Whether you are a resident with a septic system, a business with inside grease traps, or a municipality needing wastewater treatment, Wind River Environmental is here to serve you! Let’s spotlight professional waste management that we provide for Milford.
Life In Milford, NH
Milford, NH, founded in 1794, has a rich history. Its name was derived from a mill built on a ford on the Souhegan River. It was nicknamed “The Granite City” due to a large number of high-quality granite quarries in highest operation from 1850 to 1930, though only one remained as of 2017. Milford was a prime stop on the underground railroad. It was also the home of Harriet E Wilson, the first female African American novelist published in the US in 1859.
Today, with a population just over 15,000, Milford remains the manufacturing and retail center of a six-town area. Although too large now to know “everyone in town”, it remains quintessential small-town America that Normal Rockwell so aptly portrayed in his works. One of the highlights of the year for residents is the annual Pumpkin Festival each October.
Septic Services in Milford, NH
Residents and businesses throughout the Milford area can depend on Wind River Environmental for all of their septic system service needs. Serving New England since 1946, our services include everything from pipelining to problem-solving to preventative maintenance for residential customers. We also offer extended services for commercial customers including inside grease trap services and drain cleaning. For municipalities, we provide wastewater treatment facilities, catch basin cleaning, and sludge hauling, just to name a few.
We are proud to provide septic service for Milford and the surrounding area. This spotlight on Milford NH showcases our professional waste management services. We look forward to assisting you. Call us today for all of your septic service needs!