Temporary Pumping System keeps Wastewater Treatment Plant Operating

Heavy rains last winter and spring in Arizona had been a welcome and much needed event, filling most lakes and reservoirs to capacity. However, even though Arizona needed the precipitation, it caused interesting challenges along the way.

Lift Station Upgrade - Maryland Environmental Services

Maryland Environmental Services (MES) operates lift stations for a correctional facility in Jessup, Maryland.

Bypass and Supplementary Pumping Systems Enable Rehabilitation

Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA) of Carrboro and Chapel Hill, North Carolina initially purchased a Godwin HL10M Dri-Prime pumpset and trailer for a bypass needed in its wastewater treatment facility during a clear well upgrade.

Lift Station Reliability - City of Hoover, Alabama

Sewage collection and treatment authorities across the nation are concerned with maintaining lift station pumping capacities during system failures. Sewage collection and treatment authorities across the nation are concerned with maintaining lift station pumping capacities during system failures. Traditional design has incorporated a diesel-powered generator to provide backup electricity in the event of a power failure at the station. Now, tradition is being broken as sewage authorities discover the benefits of backup pumping capacity instead of backup electrical capacity.