County’s Public Works Saves Critical Time & Money Standardizing on Lift Stations

Nov. 2, 2018

“We knew our biggest problem was [our] lift stations; we just didn’t know exactly what to do about it.” The words of Jon Brown, sewer system supervisor for Idaho’s Fremont County Public Works Department no doubt resonate with many of his peers around the country who are managing sewer and water treatment infrastructure. Lift stations (or pump stations) operate as critical components within a collection system, as they keep the water flowing. When they are doing their job day and night, it becomes easy to overlook them; when they are not doing their job, they become impossible to ignore—just like a migraine headache. This whitepaper explores how one county was able to save critical time and money standardizing on lift stations.

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