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Northern Colorado Septic Company

With More Than 20 Years of Experience

Black Diamond Pumping is a new professional septic company serving Northern Colorado, including Boulder, Weld, Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas counties. We offer top quality septic services for both residential homes and commercial businesses. Our services include septic pumping, maintenance, inspections, and wastewater treatments.

 

Need your septic tank pumped? We can take care of it with a quick, clean, and professional service. Need your septic system inspected? Our technicians are NAWT-certified to provide quality inspections on any type of onsite wastewater treatment system. We are also qualified to help with routine maintenance and treatments.

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About Us

We are proud to be a family-owned and operated company that is highly-qualified to provide septic services in Brighton and the surrounding areas. Based out of Fort Lupton, our staff of professional technicians offer superior-quality septic services in Northern Colorado. All of our expert technicians have undergone extensive training and are fully licensed and insured.

 

As a company, we pride ourselves on providing the best possible service to our clients. We are a family-owned company with a welcoming atmosphere and all of our team members are committed to performing at their best each and every day.​

Meet The Owner

While Black Diamond Pumping may be a new company, the owner, Bradley Billinger, has had a long career in the industry. He started out working for a restaurant oil recycling company in 1995 which led him to start his own company, Front Range Grease Removal inc., in 2001. The company specialized in restaurant oil recycling, grease trap cleaning and eventually branched off to include septic cleanings and inspections.

 

After almost 17 years of self employment, Bradley was offered the opportunity to sell his company. In the acquisition, he became the area manager for Colorado, Wyoming and Western Kansas. This opportunity allowed him to learn new aspects of wastewater treatment systems, business management and customer relations. After overseeing the transition, Bradley decided to return to the entrepreneur world and focus on residential onsite wastewater treatment systems, more commonly referred to as septic tanks.

Bradley is certified by the National Association of Wastewater Technicians (NAWT) in the operation and maintenance of onsite wastewater treatment systems. He is also a certified NAWT inspector of OWTS.