Skip The Dump In Greenville NH!
As the time-honored saying goes,
"Big things come in tiny packages."
That certainly is true of tiny Greenville, NH, a village whose minuscule size conforms perfectly with its quaint, old fashioned charm.
Even amidst the hustle and bustle of the modern world, the e peaceful and pastoral ambiance of old Greenville still emerges.
In terms of land mass and population, Greenville truly is tiny, with a population of 2,105 as of the 2010 census living together within an area that covers only 6.9.
But don't let it's Lilliputian size fool you for one moment. Historically, Greenville has packed a lot of punch for a small town that once was a bustling center of textile manufacturing thanks to the still flowing power of the Souhegan River, situated at what is still called to this day the High Falls.
Although America's wool and cotton industries have long since been exported to foreign nations as a result of Congress' failure to protect American industry from unfair foreign competition, Greenville's old mills continue to serve usefully today as homes today for a variety of businesses.
Leaf peepers and other nature lovers will appreciate Washburn's Windy Hill Orchard, a fond spot for tourists and locals alike, beloved for its splendid scenic views, fruitful apple trees, and traditional corn mazes.
Diners will appreciate a bevy of modern dining outlets such as Panda Wok and Marcus P's Diner Plus which can be patronized near the town's center.
An Affordable Spot to Raise a Family
With the cost of the average Greenville home running close to $160,000 and well below the national average of 180,000; with a a tax rate of just $25.88 per $1000 of valuation, a figure that could only be dreamed of in so many other American communities, and with employment growth remaining positive, Greenville offers the best in small town living as evidenced by its place the list of most attractive places a family could wish to relocate to within the continental U.S.
If that weren't enough reason to relocate in peaceful, verdant Greenville, the town sports a public library, two churches, a recycling center, an ambulance service and three public schools for children of all ages: Mascenic High School, Boynton Middle School and Highbridge Hill Elementary.
Greenville NH Trash Removal
With increasing numbers of families and businesses discovering the many offerings and natural beauty of Greenville, it's no surprise that the need for trash pickup, disposal and recycling services is increasing.
SNH Disposal is proud to serve the community of Greenville NH as part of our mission to keep our planet clean and green, and as Mom always taught us, cleanliness begins at home
For a full selection of curbside trash pickup, debris disposal and waste recycling services, give SNH Disposal a call today at (603) 821-0146.
A courteous and friendly customer service specialist will be pleased to provide you with a free service quote, as well as to answer any questions you may have about our many services.