Hills at Round Lake Residential Development – High Flow Lift Station
A large residential development required this package lift station to meet the high sewage flows for over 330 residential lots. Two inlet lines are fitted with deflector panels to reduce the in-well turbidity and protect the duplex submersible solids handling pumps from cascading influent. A below-grade valve vault contains the system valves, access ports, and pressure gauges. A sheltered, outdoor control panel utilizes a pressure transducer and backup conductive probe for liquid level-sensing and is connected to an emergency backup generator.
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
Why They Chose Romtec Utilities
The City of Camas uses typical Romtec Utilities’ designs as its standard for lift station configurations. When Holt Homes, a developer, wanted to build a new residential subdivision, the City of Camas referred them to Romtec Utilities. The package wastewater lift station would primarily serve the residential houses, but part of the conditions for the development was that the lift station must also accommodate a new elementary school. Working with Olson Engineering (Civil E.), Holt Homes, and the City of Camas, Romtec Utilities designed a lift station package to meet the standards of the City while also meeting the needs of the development and the school. Romtec Utilities also provided its standard start-up and training services.
Camas, WA|415 GPM – 117′ TDH