SOUTHWICK Liquid Waste has decades of experience in the septic industry. The company was started by Clyde Southwick and was formerly known as both Big Clyde’s Sanitation and as Southwick Sewer and Drain. Brad and Jackie Southwick ran the company for over 30 years.Learn More
No one wants to think about their septic backing up into their home, but when it happens customers want to make sure it doesn’t happen again. The best way to avoid this is with a regular check up schedule provided by a professional who knows what to look for so that problems can be avoided. Regular check-ups not only keep your system running well, but allows your waste water professional to become familiar with your system.Learn More
Southwick Sewer and Drain provides complete commercial pumping services. These services can be scheduled for periodic maintenance throughout the month/year, or on an on-call basis. All waste is disposed according to local codes and requirements.Learn More
Welcome to Southwick sewer and drain. The professionals at Southwick sewer and drain have been committed to providing only the highest quality septic tank pumping, installation and repair to residential and commercial customers throughout Lincoln, nebraska and surrounding communities.
You and your spouse just bought some land. Both of you are excited about building and looking at floor plans. You are looking at different flooring and bathroom tiles, while your husband is dreaming about his new shop/outbuilding with built in man-cave. You...Learn More
In the last few weeks, I have covered many different ways to care for or maintain your septic system. Many of the items I have discussed have been ways to be mindful on a day-to-day basis (water usage, care when flushing, and lateral maintenance). However, one of...Learn More
Today I will elaborate on the septic system drainfield and the best way to care for it. In the diagram above, you can see all the components of a septic system. There is a tank and a leachfield/drainfield. When I talk to customers, many of them are confused...Learn More