BIC Trade Waste License #3149
The quality and performance of your septic tank or grease trap greatly
affects the comfort and safety of your property. When septic system problems
arise, it's essential to call in professional help. Zuidema Septic
Service proudly offers a variety of residential and commercial septic
tank maintenance, cleaning, and repair options—you can reach us
day or night for fast, effective septic tank services serving Bergen County
by calling (201) 445-3188
From Paramus, head northwest on W Midland Ave., continuing onto Grove St.
Turn right onto Prospect St., then take your second left onto Park Ave.
and follow the road as it turns slightly right and becomes Highwood Ave.
In 0.1 miles, turn left onto Norwood Ave., then take your third right
onto Ackerman Ave. Drive 2.1 miles, then turn left onto Godwin Ave. when
the road ends. Take Godwin Ave. for 2.1 miles and turn right onto Midland
Ave.; we are the second building on your right.
From Suffern, head south on the Franklin Turnpike for 4.7 miles. Take a
slight right onto W Crescent Ave. just after you cross Ackerson Rd., then
turn right onto Park Ave. in 2.5 miles. Just before Park Ave. ends, turn
right onto Godwin Ave., then take your second right onto Midland Ave.
to find Zuidema Septic Service's parking lot immediately on your right.
Orchard Hills Golf Course
Franklin Lakes Nature Preserve
Bergen Community College
Fashion Center Paramus
Europeans first arrived in the Bergen County area in 1609. Bergen has been
a recognized independent county since 1683, while Midland Park, named
after the New Jersey Midland Railway, was incorporated as a borough in 1894.
Today, Bergen County is the most populous county in New Jersey. It lies
directly across the George Washington Bridge from Manhattan and is part
of the New York City Metropolitan Area. Midland Park currently hosts a
population of 6,947 and covers 1.563 square miles.
Midland Park & Bergen County Public Resources
Borough of Midland Park
Midland Park Chamber of Commerce
Bergen County, NJ
Bergen County Historical Society