Axtell Street – Residential Development Wastewater Lift Station

Axtell Street - Residential Development Wastewater Lift Station Axtell Street - Residential Development Wastewater Lift Station
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construction for the Axtell Street - Residential Development Wastewater Lift Station construction for the Axtell Street - Residential Development Wastewater Lift Station
Axtell Street - Residential Development Wastewater Lift Station Axtell Street - Residential Development Wastewater Lift Station
Axtell Street - Residential Development Wastewater Lift Station Axtell Street - Residential Development Wastewater Lift Station

Project Assets

Project Description

This lift station was designed to meet the low sewage flow requirements of a municipal lift station for a new residential development. The duplex pump configuration, solids-handling pumps, and inlet-line drop bowl provide suitable preventative measures for a reliable and long-term wastewater lift station. The controller is a PLC type designed with a pressure transducer for primary level sensing and a two float system for backup. The entire electrical was configured for Ethernet communication and alarm notification output to an existing SCADA system.

What Romtec Utilities Provided

  • Lift Station Design & Engineering
  • Package Lift Station Supplier
  • Package Lift Station Manufacturer
  • Lift Station Site Plan Layout Designer
  • On-Site Lift Station Construction Adviser
  • On-Site Start-Up Management
50 17.4′
GPM TDH

Why They Chose Romtec Utilities

Romtec Utilities worked with Landset Engineering to design and supply a package wastewater lift station for a development lot. Working with developer’s engineering firm, Romtec Utilities was able to also work with the Castroville Community Service District (CCSD) and the City of Salinas to accurately provide a design document that met the pumping requirements of the site and the standards of the CCSD. By meeting the standards and getting the lift station approved, Romtec Utilities helped Landset get the developer to the next step of completing its project. Romtec Utilities worked with these agencies for an extended amount of time throughout this project to ensure that the lift station would be ready when it was time.

Castroville, CA|50 GPM – 17.4′ TDH