Expert Septic Services in Westminster, Vermont

Our Story

Our Family has been in the waste business for over 25+ years. Jeff and Lisa started Best Septic in 2010. They started the business with just one person and one truck. Since then we have expanded into portable toilets, grease trap management and septic management and continue to further educate each employee to be better with what is out there for products and new procedures. We have been to the Water and Waste Water septic shows in Indiana and many other classes offered in the area. We pride ourselves on being clean efficient and attending to each and every customer in a timely manner. We also pride ourselves on having someone always there to take your call no matter the time or day someone is always there to help you! Founder and Owner, Jeffrey Ruggiero won the 2011 person of the year by the Greater Falls Regional Chamber of Commerce for his generous heart and devotion to the community he proudly serves. Best Septic Services has been proudly featured in the Pumper Magazine in 2011, and in 2015.

Brand New Restroom Trailer

We're excited to announce the newest addition to our portable toilet options. The picture says it all! Our new portable restroom trailer is like stepping into a restroom in your own home. It's a spacious design includes a full sink, toilet and mirror. We're taking portable toilets to a whole new level. If you have a special event coming up like an outdoor wedding, treat your guests to the best portable toilet experience around. Contact us for more details.

New Truck Joins the Fleet

We are one of the few companies around that offer a jetter service. Our newest truck to join the fleet is our new jetter truck. So bring on your clogs, backed up systems, frozen pipes, roots or sludge build up, our jetter will get through. For more details or to schedule a service visit our contact page.

Urine Nutrient Reclamation Project

The first project of the Rich Earth Institute is an experiment in nutrient reclamation, using source-separated urine as a fertilizer (aka “pee-cycling”). Since 2012 we have been collecting urine from over 170 volunteer participants in and around Brattleboro, Vermont. After sanitizing the urine, we apply it to farmland that is producing hay. Throughout the process we collect detailed data on the effect of urine fertilizer on the quantity and quality of the hay harvest and on the properties of the soil.