EarthCare Septic Pumping: Spotlight on Sussex, NJ
At EarthCare, we have been proudly providing septic pumping in Sussex, NJ and the surrounding areas for many years. This town deserves to have the spotlight put on them:
Sussex is technically a borough that was incorporated as such on October 14, 1891. It was initially named Deckertown, after settler Peter Decker. In 1902, the name was changed to Sussex in reference to Sussex County in England. A joint commission wanted to join Sussex with neighboring Wantage into a Township to be known as Sussex-Wantage in a referendum on November 3, 2009, but the effort was rejected despite being supported by the majority of Sussex citizen. D.C. Fontana was born in Sussex in 1939. She was known for working on the original Star Trek series and many westerns.
While the history of Sussex is not all that exciting, there are plenty of things to do in the area. Both High Point and Kittatinny Valley State Parks are located in the area, offering plenty of opportunity for hiking, camping, horseback riding, and fishing. Also in the area is the Tomahawk Lake Waterpark, an exciting outdoor water experience for the entire family. Of course, no one could forget about Wild West City, which offers an 1880s style theme park with live action shows, stagecoaches, pony rides, museums, shops, miniature golf, and even miniature train rides.
At EarthCare, we are proud to provide septic pumping in Sussex, NJ and the surrounding area. Learn more about septic pumping in Sussex, NJ here! We also provide many other services including installation of septic systems, pipelining, cleaning of drains, inspections, and preventative maintenance. We have the largest service territory in our industry, with branches operating from Maine all the way down to Ohio. Make sure to contact us today to make sure that your septic system is running smoothly at all times.
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