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No longer a rural area, Hernando County uses SPIRALIFT SR to remedy odors and potential health hazards caused by septage dumping.
The wastewater treatment plan in Collinsville, Ill., needed help dealing with a rising load of sewage screenings.
A wastewater treatment plant discovers how to treat sludge and use it to benefit the community.
Salt Lake City's Central Valley Water Reclamation Facility incorporates grinder into system.
The Yountville Wastewater Treatment Plant needed help to avoid clogged and overflowing wastewater pumps.
For years, Graterford Prison, a maximum-security facility in Pennsylvania, experienced continuous problems with their wastewater system. Their antiquated equipment consisted of bar screens, grinders and comminutors, which were frequently overwhelmed by the sewage generated daily by 3,600 inmates.
Inmates in correctional institutions apparently had found a new diversion. By flushing oversized items down their toilets, they had either accidentally or purposefully caused the facility's wastewater to back up. Often the goal was to gain extra time out of cell. By flooding their cell or cell block, they had forced the facility to move them during the cleanup period. And these misdeeds often had been rewarding - that is, until recently.
A women's correctional institution had a major problem with plugging of pumps and plumbing systems.