English has participated in the festival for the last 3 years and are proud to be a part of the community activities. Each year our involvement becomes more exciting then the last. These are a few snap shots of our parade entry this year. The car is a 1972 Dare TG Sport. In the pictures are Employee’s Jeremy Pepper Sr. and “Ziggy” Schmidt. Also pictured is Karen Raymond, Jeremy Pepper Jr., Jacob & Jessica Marshina.
I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce our company to the blog world! We are English Sewage Disposal a South Jersey Company based out of Bridgeton. We have been in the septic business since 1969 and we are proud to be one of the top rated in our area. Our management staff consists of owner Paul Behrens, general manager Joe Garner, office manager Leona Wilson, and our blogger, executive assistant Krista Galagan.
Established in 1972, English began as a family-based septic tank cleaner/wastewater hauler. It expanded to include septic system care products, system repair and installation. Engineering support services were added to facilitate the delivery of cost effective and efficient engineering solutions to the homeowner and small business.
I just wanted to give you a quick email to give some kudos to one of your employees…
Jeremy was the young man who showed up at my home today to pump my septic system and he couldn’t have been nicer and more helpful with all my questions. I just wanted to let you know that if he is like all your employees than that is a testament to the quality and integrity of your business.
Thanks again to Jeremy for his assistance today and I just again wanted to express to him my appreciation.
With the clothes washer draining into the septic system, doesn’t that kill the bacteria needed to properly dispose of waste materials? Is it proper to have the clothes washer water drain out or be by passed into a french drain? thanks…
The code says that all wastewater, including laundry, is supposed to be directed into the septic system. The laundry water contains the same bacterial contamination as the shower water or toilet water although in theory lower concentrations. The concern is the ability of the wet area creating a breeding ground for fly and insects which in turn create their own set of problems.
There were two recent situations regarding problems with local competitors pumping out septic tanks which we feel compelled to comment on.
The first happened on Thursday, January 22, 2009. This is a brief paraphrased summary of the conversation:
A potential customer called us to inquire about a problem they were having with a bathtub draining slowly and their laundry drain overflowing. We generally ask about any recent problems when a new customer calls for pricing. We scheduled this customer for a pumping the same day and when we arrived at their house the driver opened the septic tank lid and noticed a large volume of solids inside the tank.