In 1960, Frank Romero founded Frank's Septic Pumping and became the New Mexico valley's first septic pumper. For 10 years he was the only pumper in the valley. He also became the first to have an EID approved liquid waste dumpsite. For 25 years, he pumped tanks in Tome and Jarales, pumped water out of basements when the High Line Canal burst in 1969, and helped septic pumping business develop in Toas, Albuquerque, and Socorro. In 1985, Frank's nephew, Lorenzo Romero, took over and has expanded the business to better adapt to all customer needs. Lorenzo's son, Daniel Romero, has taken over and expanded the business even further to accommodate a growing Valencia County.
Lorenzo C. Romero
Lorenzo has his general contractors license and lisence for the contruction of on-site liquid waste systems. Over the last three decades, he has had success in building both residential and commercial buildings. Since taking over Frank’s Septic Pumping in 1985, he has contributed to its prosperity and success. Today, Lorenzo has installed over 1,000 EID approved septic systems and has established Frank’s Septic Services, Inc. as the industry leader in Valencia County.
Daniel C. Romero
Daniel graduated from the University of Nevada Las Vegas with a bachelor’s degree in hospitality and business. After school he worked as a hotel manager on the Las Vegas strip, for 10 years, polishing his customer service skills. He made the transition into the family business and is looking to continue the tradition of business excellence.
“Our family has been serving Valencia County and surrounding areas for over 50 years. We pride ourselves on providing quality and affordable septic service from our family to yours."
Lorenzo Romero, President Frank's Septic Services, Inc.