Hickman, Nebraska

Southwick Liquid Waste

Southwick Liquid Waste

105 Locust
Hickman, NE 68372
4024752462
Southwick Liquid Waste, Septic Systems, Services, Hickman, Nebraska

With more than 35 years in the industry and some of the most effective, advanced equipment in the area, Southwick Liquid Waste is Lincoln, NE's first choice for septic tank and wastewater disposal services. With the largest-capacity truck in the area and a broad array of services, they have the equipment and expertise to provide cost-effective services for car washes, restaurants, and residential homeowners alike.

With their extensive experience and specialized equipment, Southwick Liquid Waste's highly trained technicians are proud to offer services tailored to the unique needs of your industry. Real estate agents and home buyers can rely on their thorough inspections to spot potential problems and identify risks, while restaurants with grease traps depend on their team to dispose of their wastewater in accordance with local codes. From percolation tests to routine septic tank maintenance, Southwick Liquid Waste is committed to fulfilling all of your needs.

Over the years, they've built their solid reputation on their adaptability and commitment to offering every client the best customers service in the industry. Whether you want to arrange a regular maintenance schedule or have their expert technicians on-call, Southwick Liquid Waste is committed to ensuring you have the sanitation services you need at some of the most affordable rates in the area.

To learn more about the expansive range of services Southwick Liquid Waste provides and their long history of serving Nebraska clients, visit their website today. To schedule a cleaning or request a quote, call their offices at (402) 475-2462 to speak with a member of their team today.

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