Septic Preservation Services will be working with our clients at the Flying Goose Brewery in New London, NH to ensure that their septic system meets their needs for today as well as the future. Our progressive well trained staff is working to ensure that as the brewery grows the septic system will accommodate its needs. Wastewater from breweries has a very high organic content and is considered high strength wastewater. Because of the high organic content if the waste stream is not managed the leach field can prematurely fail. Septic Preservation Services specializes in high strength wastewater and has implemented the use of several state of the art waste treatment techniques to ensure that the septic system at the Flying Goose Brewery is able to serve the brewery far into the future.
While we prepare to enjoy the spring Septic Preservation Services would like to remind our customers that we have started our spring service visits. Please make water available, trim any overgrown bushes or plants back, and remember to follow good practices for the use of your septic system. If you need tips on Septic Do’s & Don’ts please check out our website or call our office. Massachusetts services will performed this week in Stow, Acton, Concord, Westford, Wayland, Marshfield, Hanover, Hanson, and Norwell. Please remember to keep the access covers to your septic system readily available to our service technicians as you do your spring clean up.
Septic Preservation Services is meeting with our strategic partners to expand our resources and provide more comprehensive services to our customers. With our comprehensive team Septic Preservation Services provides septic pumping, drain cleaning, service of advanced treatment units, title 5 septic inspections, septic system designs, and septic system installations. These services are provided throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Current owner, Tom Mills, has owned and operated The Flying Goose since its start in 1993. In 1996, he gave what was known originally as The Four Corners Grille a unique identity by creating a micro-brewery. Mills put his heart and soul into rebuilding what is now The Flying Goose Brew Pub & Grille.
REDUCING THE CARBON FOOTPRINT
In 2011, they became the 1st Solar Powered Brewery in NH using a Solar Hot Water System and a breathtaking Photovoltaic Array. The carbon footprint has diminished significantly since they have added these tremendous systems. Besides the many awards that their Brews have earned, they taste THAT much better knowing they were made using a little natural energy from the sun!
The oil burning furnace was replaced with a wood pellet furnace that provides heat for the entire building. You might notice the large silver silo out back that holds the pellets.
GOING EVEN MORE GREEN
In 2014, Septic preservation services was contacted to help the Brewery with managing its wastewater. The existing onsite system was inadequate for the volume and type of wastewater being produced by the brewery. They were looking for a way to treat the wastewater in a way that continued the green philosophy the brewery had been committed to. They already had taken the steps to provide the spent grain to local farmers for feed as well as using some in-house for special treats. The yeast and other natural byproducts from brewing have been separated out and now go to other local farms to be used for soil amendments. Septic Preservation Services provided the design, installation, set-up and service of a new completely separate wastewater system for just the brewery. The system is designed to treat the wastewater organically with a special bacteria that consumes and transforms the wastewater to clean water to be dispersed back to the earth.
Visit www.septicpreservation.com or call 877-378-4279 and see how they can help you with all your septic needs, whether New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts or Rhode Island. We have the answers to all your septic questions.
3/18/16 Septic Preservation Services will be servicing advanced treatment systems and performing septic inspections in the following areas on March 24th; Marshfield, Hanson, Hanover, Norwell, Carver, Plymouth, Wareham, and Rochester. If you have questions or would like a free consultation please feel free to speak to our professional service technician or call our office.
3/18/16 Septic Preservation Services will be conducting title 5 septic inspections and services on advanced treatment units in Wayland, Acton, Westford, Stow, Hudson, and Groveland on March 22nd. If you have any questions please feel free to consult our professional septic inspectors.
3/18/16 Septic Preservation Services will be performing septic inspections and services on advanced treatment units in Westerly, RI. Bradford, RI, Charlestown, RI South Kingstown, RI. Kingstown, RI. and North Kingstown on March 21st. During these septic inspections and services our professional team will ensure that your septic system is functioning properly. If you have any questions please feel free to consult with our professional service technicians or call our office.
3/17/16 Septic Preservation Services is meeting with our strategic partners to expand our resources and provide more comprehensive services to our customers. With our comprehensive team, Septic Preservation Services provides septic pumping, drain cleaning, service of advanced treatment units, title 5 septic inspections, septic system designs, and septic system installations. These services are provided throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Septic Preservation Services is conducting services in the central region of Massachusetts including Orange, Sterling, Hubbardston, Paxton, Brimfield, Sturbridge, Dudley, Oxford, and Uxbridge. If you would like a free consultation about a septic issue please call.
All Clear Septic and Wastewater welcomes spring and encourages homeowners to be aware for signs of septic issues. During spring rains and snow melt the soil over leach fields can become soggy and muddy, this is a sign that your system may be failing. You should have your system inspected by a septic professional to avoid more serious symptoms such as sewage breaking out on the lawn or backup of sewage into your home.