Pumping Systems for Water Reclamation & Reuse
Romtec Helps Projects Meet Environmental Goals and Standards for Reuse
Romtec Utilities works on many projects that focus on water reuse to utilize water resources more efficiently. Water can be scarce in some locations and environmental standards can dictate how they are used. We make sure our pumping systems function to help our clients meet their environmental goals for water treatment.
Romtec Provides Pumps to Handle the Full Range of Your Reuse Pumping Needs
Pump stations for water reuse at treatment plants can include many requirements, and Romtec Utilities has the engineering experience to use any pumps required. Submersible pumps, turbines, axial flow, and other pump technologies can all be included to meet the specific engineering requirements for water reuse in a treatment application.
Pumping System Telemetry & Monitoring Can Integrate with Existing Systems
Romtec Utilities provides many types of remote monitoring and system telemetry for lift stations at treatment plants. Depending on the preferences of the client, Romtec Utilities offers telemetry configurations that range from simple alarms and lights, to robust two-way communications and SCADA.
Romtec Starts Up & Tests Your System & Trains Your Operations Personnel
Once your pump station is installed, a Romtec Utilities technician commissions and tests the complete system and performs training for operation personnel. You also receive complete O&M documents to ensure the long-term success of your water reuse pumping system.
View Water Reuse Projects
City of Hesperia | Booster Station
700 GPM | 150′ TDH
The City of Hesperia Booster station receives water from the Victor Valley Reclamation facility, which discharges reclaimed water into tanks adjacent to the booster station.
Pacific Grove Golf Course | Wastewater Pump Station for Effluent Recycling
230 GPM | 18.5′ TDH
The Pacific Grove Golf Course in California needed a wastewater lift station to pump medium flows of raw sewage to an effluent treatment and recycling system.
East Bay Municipal Utility District | Water Treatment Settling Pond
2085 GPM | 118′ TDH
Refurbishing a shut-down water treatment plant required a new pump station to pump high flows of water. The unique application drains water used in a cleaning process into a large settling pond.
Occidental Petroleum at Elk Hills, Inc. | Industrial Water Reuse
200 GPM | 115′ TDH
This package pump station was configured to meet the medium flow requirements for this clean water power generation process and reuse system. The system has a large precast-concrete rectangular sump with a barrier wall –or weir wall- to reduce turbulence for the pumps.
City of Brawley, California | Wastewater Treatment Improvements
1350 GPM | 25′ TDH
The City of Brawley needed this packaged lift station to handle high flows of wastewater at its municipal treatment plant. 12 HP submersible pumps in a duplex configuration were used to meet the high flow pumping needs and a conductive probe was used for liquid level-sensing.
Orange County Groundwater Replenishment System | Collection Pump Station
4500 GPM | 32.5′ TDH
To create new potable water, this lift station pumps clean stormwater from a collection/storage basin to a treatment facility. Duplex vertical turbine pumps move high flows of water very efficiently and use soft starters to reduce torque on the vertical shaft and provide additional pump diagnostics.
Getting a Water Reuse Pump Station
Romtec Utilities provides full engineering and design services to meet the specific goals of your project. Romtec Utilities’ Engineers are experts in water conveyance systems across a wide array of water types and applications. We work with our clients through every step of the process; from Preliminary Designs and budgetary estimates, submittal and review processes, installation, and all the way through start-up, training, and warranty. At Romtec Utilities, we stand behind our products, and strive to provide the most robust system possible for the given application, while also meeting the budgetary goals for your project.
Romtec Utilities provides a high level of system prefabrication prior to delivery of the system to the jobsite. This greatly reduces construction cost and installation time, as well as potential project delays and change orders. This high level of prefabrication can often reduce installation time from weeks to days. Additionally, Romtec Utilities takes pride in our quality control processes, ensuring that when the system is delivered to the job site everything will function as designed.
Romtec Utilities ensures the quality and success of every pumping system from the early stages of design, all the way through installation and construction. Romtec Utilities will send experienced installation advisors to the site who will advise the installing contractor throughout the installation process providing all parties with the reassurance that the station is constructed and ultimately functioning as designed.
Romtec Utilities’ startup, testing, and training services are essential to the success of any pumping system. Following installation our technicians are on-site working directly with the all parties to field check the control panel, operate the pumps, perform system testing, and provide world class training to all maintenance personnel. Romtec Utilities aims to not only design and supply complete systems, but to help to ensure the success of the system and all who are involved. Having our experienced field technicians on-site should provide a great sense of quality assurance knowing that the station will operate as designed and the personnel responsible for maintenance and upkeep will be prepared.