Septic Service Areas2021-10-06T16:49:40+00:00


A-Verdi Septic Service has a dependable solution for Septic & Non Hazardous liquid waste removal throughout the Finger Lakes Region of New York State. This local community is important to us because it’s our home too. Keeping the residential septic systems maintained helps keep down on negative effects on the environment. The map below shows the area that we service in the residential market.


For commercial customers, we have the ability to service all of New York State so call us today to get the right service plan for you!

Cayuga County

With over 864 square miles of total area and a population around 80,000 people, Cayuga County is home of the City of Auburn. The county was originally settled because of the natural resource of water power along the Owasco River. The construction of Auburn Prison in 1818 made it the 2nd prison in New York State. Auburn is known as “history’s hometown” due to its historical landmarks. William Seward resided in Auburn as the Governor of New York from 1839-1843, a US Senator, and the Secretary of State to President Lincoln. The home of William Seward is still an attraction to visitors and residents today. Just down the road is the home of Harriet Tubman who was well known for her efforts in helping many slaves to freedom. As well as these known people, Millard Fillmore, the thirteenth President of the United States was born in a log cabin in the town of Summerhill. The Willard Chapel is still standing and in it’s original state. Louis C Tiffany who is well known for his “Tifffany Stained Glass” designed and hand crafted the interior of the chapel. Experts and Appraisers say that the Willard Chapel is an extremely rare example of Tiffany’s work and to their knowledge is the only complete Tiffany interior.

Towns in the County include Aurelius, Brutus, Cato, Conquest, Fleming, Genoa, Ira, Ledyard, Locke, Mentz, Montezuma, Moravia, Niles, Owasco, Scipio, Sempronius, Sennett, Springport, Sterling, Summerhill, Throop, Venice, & Victory. The Villages are Aurora, Cayuga, Fair Haven, Meridian, Port Byron, Union Springs, & Weedsport. It has only one city which is Auburn.

Wayne County

Towns in this county include Arcadia, Butler, Galen, Huron, Lyons, Macedon, Marion, Ontario, Palmyra, Rose, Savannah, Sodus, Walworth, Williamson, & Wolcott. It’s villages are Clyde, Newark, Redcreek, Sodus, & Sodus Point.

Being the largest county with a total of 1383 square miles, Wayne County comes in with a population of around 94,000 people. Sodus and Williamson were known locations of battles that were fought in the war of 1812. The county dates back long before that as Native American artifacts have been discovered dating back over 10,000 years old. The Indians had an appreciation of their natural surroundings, which has become part of our heritage in the names which they used: for example, Sodus, a shortened form of the Cayuga work meaning “silvery waters”. Many years later, the Erie Canal was completed and opened in 1825. The canal had a large impact on most of the villages and towns. The canal provided inexpensive and easy transportation of goods, which allowed agriculture and industry to develop. This was a time when there were no steamships or railways so water was the most cost effective way to ship goods. The canal was the first transportation system between the eastern seaboard and the western interior of the United States that did not require portage. In 1918 the canal was replaced by the much larger New York State Barge Canal which enlarged the original canal so much larger ships could transport. We know it today as the New York State Canal System. These canals have kept the small towns and villages of the county alive.

Seneca County

This is the smallest of the counties in our service area with a total area of only 390 square miles and a population around 35,000 people. In 1804, Cayuga County was split making part of it Seneca County. During the Fall of 1865, Henry Welles proposed that we should honor the lost men in the Civil War. This planning resulted in the First Memorial Day on May 5th, 1866 and has been held every year since. In the early 1900’s, before modern refrigerators, people used ice boxes in their homes and businesses. Ice was harvested from the lakes in Seneca County and delivered all over the state. In 1907, about 15,000 tons of ice were cut from Cayuga Lake and shipped to New York City by freight cars. The ice harvesting business on Cayuga Lake was ended before World War II because of artificial ice production and modern day refrigerators. In 1938, the Montezuma Wildlife Refuge was created. Consisting of a little more than 8,000 acres currently, it is one of the big tourist attractions in the Finger Lakes. Bird watchers from all over come to see the many different species that live in or visit the refuge. It is estimated that in the spring migrations, there are as many as 100,000 Canada geese, and over 100,000 snow geese. Fall migrations estimates there are over 100,000 mallards and 25,000 American black ducks. A special thrill is to be lucky enough to observe a bald eagle. Bald eagles have resided on the refuge since 1986, first producing offspring in 1987. Several pair of osprey also nest on the refuge, a rare occurrence for the interior of New York.

Towns in this county include Covert, Fayette, Junius, Lodi, Ovid, Romulus, Seneca Falls, Tyre, Varick, & Waterloo. With one village of Interlaken.

Ontario County

Towns in this county include Bristol, Canadice, East Bloomfield, Farmington, Gorham, Hopewell, Manchester, Naples, Phelps, Richmond, Seneca, South Bristol, Victor, & West Bloomfield. It has villages of Bloomfield, Clifton Springs, Rushville, & Shortsville. With the two cities being Canandaigua & Geneva.

Ontario County comes in as the most populated with around 108,000 people but only 663 square miles of total area. The Cities of Geneva and Canandaigua contribute a lot of the population. In 1788 Oliver Phelps and Nathaniel Gorham bought the land between Seneca Lake and the Genesee River from the Native Americans. The land was surveyed into townships, and the floodgates were opened to pioneers from New England, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Canandaigua became the frontier capital of western New York after a surveyor’s error placed Geneva east of the Massachusetts Pre-Emption Line. Canandaigua’s position of prominence made it an exciting place. In 1794 the United States government concluded one of its first treaties with the Indians there. The late 1800’s were a time of growth in Ontario County. The completion of the Lehigh Valley Railroad in 1892 linked Niagara Falls and Albany; Sodus and Corning; Buffalo and Baltimore. This is the second oldest railroad building in the United States. The tourist industry has always been important to Ontario County. Dozens of passenger trains came and went each day half a century ago. Half a dozen steamboats once filled Canandaigua and Seneca Lakes. Now the place of the trains and boats has been taken by automobiles and tour buses visiting historic sites and resort hotels.