Public Service Enterprise Group – Industrial Stormwater Pump Station
Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a stormwater pump station for a power generating facility in Trenton, New Jersey. The pump station handles medium flows of stormwater with Ebara 2 hp pumps installed in a duplex configuration. The system discharges into an onsite pretreatment system installed adjacent to the pump station. The small size of this pump station and limited space onsite required the discharge valves to be installed inside of the wet well. Nolta mechanical floats provide reliable liquid-level detection for the system. Romtec Utilities supplied the electrical controls for this package pump station with a UL-listed alternator relay suitable for this simple pumping application. The control panel was mounted and installed inside a NEMA 4 painted steel enclosure for protection against water, ice, dust, and other harmful conditions in this outdoor application.
What Romtec Utilities Provided
- Lift Station Design & Engineering
- Package Pump Station Supplier
- Package Pump Station Manufacturer
- Package Pump Station Specification Writer
- On-Site Construction Adviser
- On-Site Start-Up Management
- Lift Station Site Plan Layout Designer
Why They Chose Romtec Utilities
Romtec Utilities was contacted to design and supply a stormwater pump station as part of an improvement project at an industrial power switch station in Trenton, New Jersey. This is one of several locations where aging infrastructure is being replaced by the local electric company, Public Service Enterprise Group, or PSE&G. Once complete, PSE&G will have improved the power transmission and storage capabilities in their service area of 17 municipalities. Burns & McDonnel, the engineering firm working for PSE&G, contacted Romtec Utilities for help on the design of a stormwater pump station to meet all of its requirements. Romtec Utilities provided a system design to meet the strict stormwater management standards of this site and the specified pumping requirements. The supply of the package stormwater system was purchased directly by DIS-TRAN, the contractor, who installed it with a Romtec Utilities construction advisor onsite. Once other site work was completed and the system was ready for start-up, Romtec Utilities sent a field technician to commission the system and to provide testing and training services for the owners at PSE&G.