Jed and Andrea Frank's new business, Snake River Septic, opened recently. The duo want to provide speedy and quality service to local county customers. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).
VALE – The status of a septic tank isn’t something many people give much thought.
Until it stops working.
“When your septic tank goes out, your household shuts down. You can’t use the restroom. You can’t shower. You can’t do the dishes,” said Jed Frank.
Frank knows a lot about septic tanks and he understands just how important the hidden – but crucial – sanitation devices are for a rural home or farm.
The Vale resident believes his new business, Snake River Septic, will fill a local service gap.
Frank, who works at Romans’ Precision Irrigation full time, decided to go . . .