Founded in 1980, Affordable Pumping Services has served the New Jersey, area for over 28 years. Throughout our history, our main goal has remained the same: to deliver quality, value and, most of all, service.
Our commitment means we work harder and smarter than our competition. We are at the forefront of our industry and offer our customers the latest services, technology and information available.
Emergency Liquid Waste Disposal Assistance
Have you awakened to find your entire bathroom flooded with sewage water? Don't panic—instead, call the liquid waste disposal professionals at Affordable Pumping Services We understand that emergencies happen, and our team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for those unfortunate accidents that may occur with your plumbing lines or septic tank. Affordable Pumping Service offers quick and friendly service, and we will repair your plumbing problems as soon as possible. Our customers and their satisfaction are extremely important to us, and our team will do everything in their power to successfully resolve any type of septic tank or line issue.
Septic Pumping and Cleaning
All of the wastewater that leaves your home gathers in a septic tank buried outside. Once inside the tank, the combined wastewater begins to separate. Septic and sewer pumps work to filter the sludge from the wastewater so that it does not accumulate in the septic tank.
The distinction among sewage pump or septic pump types is important to know when installing or repairing a septic system. Choosing the wrong pump can mean a short operating life for the pump, an unreliable septic system, and unnecessary expenses. Affordable Pumping Services technician's will help with your septic and sewage pump servicing for your residential or commercial property.
Grease Trap Ordinances
Grease Trap Cleaning
When maintained properly, Grease Traps prevent your food waste materials from entering the city sewer system. Grease is a leading cause of sanitary sewer overflows, since it clogs sanitary sewer lines and ultimately causes line blockages. Possible results include discharges of untreated wastewater into streets, homes and commercial enterprises.
Eventually, these problematic waste streams enter our local waterways, where they cause further cleanup costs and restrict recreation, tourism and commerce. Your traps must be regularly emptied and periodically cleaned to prevent costly and dirty back-ups or over-flows.