Town Spotlight: Wind River Septic Pumping, Sterling, MA
The quaint and charming town of Sterling, MA has a long and fascinating history. Due to its abundant rivers and streams, the area has been continuously inhabited since as far back as 7000 BC. Incorporated by European settlers in 1781, the town was named for Revolutionary War hero General William “Lord Stirling” Alexander, a Scottish expatriate who served under General George Washington.
In the years since, the town has produced numerous prominent citizens, many of whom are commemorated with statues, plaques, and street names. For example, a particularly cute statue honoring Mary Sawyer (whose pet lamb was the inspiration for the poem “Mary Had a Little Lamb”) is located on the Town Common. The town also maintains traditions established generations ago, such as the annual Sterling Fair.
Not Just a Great History!
The blend of American history and modern convenience makes this town a wonderful place to raise a family. Residents enjoy the small-town vibe, beautiful scenery, and excellent schools. The local economy is thriving, with growing residential and commercial development to serve the citizens’ needs. In an era where many people are relocating to big cities, the town has actually experienced a population boom, expanding from 2,000 to 8,000 residents since 1950.
Sterling and Wind River Environmental
Sterling is also home to Wind River Environmental, and the site of our fleet team of over 400 trucks. We’re proud to play a vital role in the community by providing efficient and reliable septic pumping services. Our Sterling, MA team is dedicated to helping maintain the excellent quality of life Sterling residents have come to expect, by utilizing cutting-edge technology and eco-friendly techniques. If you’re in need of septic pumping in the Sterling, MA area contact us today!
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