New Boston, NH was named after… you guessed it… Boston, Massachusetts. In 1736, colonial governor Jonathan Belcher of Massachusetts and New Hampshire granted the town to several Boston families back when New Boston was still considered part of Massachusetts. The town was meant to be called Lanestown or Piscataquog Township, but those names simply never stuck. Instead, residents took to calling their new town essentially the same name as their old town. New Boston was officially incorporated in 1763.
New Boston residents could’ve called their new town anything in the world, but they stuck to their roots. Some may say that shows a lack of creativity, but we know otherwise. We call that loyalty, which is something we take pride in here at Wind River Environmental. We are fiercely loyal to you, our customers. As your devoted septic servants, we respond swiftly to all of your septic needs, performing every septic-related service with expertise. What do you have to do to earn our loyalty? Easy, call us today.
Each one of our employees is expertly trained in all things septic. No matter what you need – septic pumping, preventative maintenance, pipelining, drain cleaning, septic inspections, or any other septic-related service – we are well-equipped to handle it.
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.