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.
Septic Preservation Services attended the 29th Annual GSDI Spring Septic System Conference and Expo in Manchester, New Hampshire, March 14th and 15th.
Septic Preservation Services has been serving all of New England for over 25 years. Starting with Septic inspections we have continually grown to meet the needs of the wastewater industry as well as the community it serves. We currently are a leader in the wastewater sales, service and installation services. Meeting and surpassing the industry and customer needs.
Our service is customer driven and engineering minded. We service all Advanced Treatment Systems, old and new. From Over Board Discharge type systems to commercial industrial strength waste. We have certified wastewater operators on staff to meet the requirements of each state we service.
Installation. We are certified to install and maintain all product we sell and a few more we do not.
Our sales and distribution products line continues to grow by adding new innovative products such as the Fuji Clean wastewater treatment system. Fuji Clean is new to the USA but is the #1 advanced treatment system in the world with over 2 million systems installed and running. This innovative system has major advantages is size and cost over other advanced treatment systems. It also allows for a 75% reduction in drain field size in NH. Along with distribution of other wastewater products we are uniquely qualified to assist in detailed product information, service and installation.
Visit www.septicpreservation.com for all your septic system questions answered and see how we can make a difference, or call 877-378-4279. We have the knowledge and expertise to work with you to solve any septic issues you may have.
The Woodstock Inn Brewery in North Woodstock, New Hampshire has had great success since its beginning in 1982 with only 4 rooms and a restaurant. Two years after it opened, the owners reached over to Lincoln to save a bit of that town’s past, its old train station. Sawed in half and carefully, if not memorably, transported a few miles away to the Inn, that station became the Woodstock Station, allowing the expansion of the kitchen and the dining room. In the mid-nineties the owners decided to enter into the almost non existent “craft” brewing world with a small 7 barrel brewery that is still in use today for new test runs as well as specialty beers only on tap at the Inn. Fast forward to today and the Brewery has expanded to a large 30 barrel production brewery, crafting more than a dozen year-round and seasonal beers available throughout New England.
Septic Preservation Services and All Clear Septic and Wastewater are working together to produce a series of short videos to help educate home owners about a variety of septic issues such as, what to expect during a title 5 septic inspection, What do I need to know about having a replacement leach field designed, how do wells effect septic designs, what to expect during the installation of a septic system, why your system should have covers at grade on your septic tank, why you should have an effluent filter in your septic tank, how to properly clean your effluent filter, how to service your Singulair ATU, how to service your FAST ATU, how to service your Fuji Clean ATU, and dozens more. These educational videos will be produced in area towns such as Norton, Rochester, Lakeville, Marion, and Wareham by our team of septic professionals including title 5 septic inspectors, licensed septic installers, engineers, and wastewater treatment plant operators.
The Auto Wash in Eliot Maine has cleaned up their act. After being listed in an online New York Times article as the top water polluter in the state of Maine, the auto wash was in dire need of treatment to their wastewater.
Septic Preservation Services was able to review and analyze the multi faceted and complex issues causing pollutants to be discharged into the ground. The project was critically important due to the close proximity of sensitive wet lands. We were able to take the information gathered and design an onsite wastewater treatment system that solved the issues at hand. The issue was rather complex due to the type of waste generated by the car wash. A significant amount of the waste were solids including, dirt, salt, and road grime not terribly difficult to remove from the wastewater. The rest of the pollutants were soap, wax, oils, grease and other auto fluids. These proved to be more difficult to remove. After many tests we were able to organically treat the wastewater with a special bacteria developed with the ability to consume these organics. After treatment the auto wash is able to recycle the clean water back through the wash and reduce water consumption. This ability to recycle water has a significant impact on the environment and the amount of water discharged into it. With the Auto Wash’s close proximity to sensitive wet lands taking a green approach to the issue was crucial. The Auto wash is now one of the cleanest and greenest in the state.
Septic Preservation has the answer to all your septic problems and needs. Call 800-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com to have all your septic questions answered. Auto Wash in Elliott, Maine called and had all their problems solved.