Hartland’s start was in 1761, when New Hampshire governor Benning Wentworth granted a charter that divided the land into 71 equal shares. Sounds like Wentworth had quite the number of children that needed pleasing.
If your backyard looks like it’s suddenly dividing into different lands, it may be due to your septic tank. Give us a call for service today.
Hartland is a rural town bursting with forests, farmland, and just 3,200 residents. The town’s population is committed to conserving the area’s land, whether through annual Green Up Day cleanup, or community organizations like Nature Club and the Hartland Energy Committee. We care about the environment as well (and because we don’t have 71 children to boss around) we have a full-time staff dedicated to nothing but environmental compliance.
All of our staff receives proper training at our own program, Wind River University. Whether it’s following environmental regulations, proper system servicing, customer care, or eating lunch on the quad, our staff knows what they’re doing.
Wind River Environmental is committed to extending the life of your septic system. We provide a variety of services including drain cleaning, septic pumping, grease trap cleaning and much more.