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Oxford, MA – Septic Services

 Located in Worcester County, MA. Oxford was first settled in 1686 and was officially incorporated in 1713.   Clara Barton, the first president and founder of the American Red Cross was born in Oxford. Oxford was originally settled by Huguenots in two waves, the original settlement having been abandoned after four residents (John Johnson and his three children, Peter, Andrew and Mary) were killed in a violent confrontation with local Native Americans. This event, the Johnson Massacre, is commemorated near the south end of town on Main Street.  Oxford used to include much of what is now Webster, on its southern border, but Oxford and neighboring Dudley both gave portions of their land to allow the creation of that town. Other towns bordering Oxford are Charlton on the west, Leicester and Auburn on the north, Millbury and Sutton on the east, and Douglas on the southeast.

As one of Mid State Sewerage’s service areas, we are proud to serve the residents of Oxford MA and specialize in septic system installations, sewer hookups and catch basin cleaning as well as excavation and site work.  We are also able to perform Title V Inspections for your property.  Call us at 800-439-6989.

 

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P: 508-865-6989

F: 508-865-6668

 

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