Landia to Supply Chopper Pumps for Grand Canyon

Aug. 3, 2015
Six of the company's pumps will be installed at the canyon's South Rim WWTP

Landia has won an order to supply six of its non-clog chopper pumps to South Rim Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) at the Grand Canyon.

The Landia chopper pumps, which are designed with an external knife system to prevent solids from entering the pumps’ casing, will be installed adjacent to the plant’s returned activated sludge (RAS) and waste activated sludge (WAS) basins, where they will pump the sludge while chopping up rags and other debris.

Receiving a gravity-fed daily average of half a million gallons of wastewater from domestic and industrial users, South Rim WWTP is managed by the National Park Service, based in Flagstaff, Ariz.

Source: Landia

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