We are a Recognized Leader in the Puget Sound.
Since 1967, Northwest Cascade has demonstrated the ability to complete “fast-track” and challenging projects in an efficient, quality assured, safe and environmentally conscious manner.
Northwest Cascade, Inc., started out as Cascade Septic Service and was founded in 1967 to install septic systems, side sewers and other underground utilities in Pierce County. These services expanded into numerous other related products and services through the years. The skills learned in installing septic tanks were transferred to larger types of underground and earth-moving construction projects.
In 1973, the company installed a concrete batch plant for the purpose of manufacturing septic tanks and other concrete-related products. Today, Northwest Cascade is one of the largest manufacturers of septic tanks in the Puget Sound.
In 1982, the company entered the portable toilet business with the purchase of Redford Honey Buckets. At that time, we had 600 units. Today we own over 30,000 toilets and restroom trailers in four states. That same year we also added the services of septic tank cleaning, plumbing, and drain cleaning for residential and commercial customers in Pierce County. Today, that division is called “Flohawks” and serves customers throughout the Puget Sound area.
Northwest Cascade’s three divisions– Construction, Honey Bucket, and Flohawks, have all grown and expanded their capabilities and range of services in recent years.
Northwest Cascade has achieved industry leadership in each of the industries in which we compete. Our continued growth and profitability results from our focus on making our customers “handspring happy.” Our key asset is quality employees, dedicated to teamwork and providing customers with superior value. That commitment has made us successful in building long-term customer relationships founded on our seven core values-Safety, Profitability, Teamwork, Quality, Innovation, Integrity and Fun.
We strive everyday to live by these values:
The personal safety of each employee of Northwest Cascade is of primary importance. Our safety program conforms to the best practices in our field. Our objective is to reduce injuries a minimum, not merely in keeping with, but surpassing the best experience of other companies in our field.
Our goal is zero accidents and injuries. To achieve this goal we recognize that the responsibilities for safety is shared.
As an employer, we accept the responsibility for leadership of the safety program, for its effectiveness and improvement, and for providing the safeguards required to ensure safe conditions.
Our supervisors are responsible for developing the proper attitudes towards safety in themselves and those they supervise along with ensuring that all operations are performed with the utmost regard for safety of all personnel involved.
Our employees are responsible for wholehearted, genuine cooperation with all aspects of the safety program including compliance with all rules and regulations and for continuously practicing safety while performing their duties.