500gpm – 1,000gpm
City of Camas, WA | Stormwater Pumping System
600 GPM | 16.0′ TDH
Georgia Pacific Camas’ South Mill Entrance, was reclassified from normal to industrial stormwater, and therefore needed to be collected for treatment. The topography of the area prevented the South Mill Entrance storm water from being gravity fed into the existing mill collection system, and therefore required a pump station to ensure the stormwater could be properly collected and sent out for appropriate treatment.
City of Visalia, CA | Wastewater Lift Station
507 GPM | 38′ TDH
As part of the Visalia Logistics Center Phase II Project, the design of a wastewater lift station to transport general site sewage is required due to the elevation differences in the vicinity of the site. The project is part of a two-phase large industrial development located in Visalia, California.
500gpm – 1,000gpm
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.
University of California | Wastewater Pump Station
720 GPM | 43.1′ TDH
Adapting to the rising numbers of students seeking a higher education, UC Merced expanded their campus, and needed a wastewater lift station to accommodate new mixed-use residence halls.
Takara Sake USA Inc. | Food-Process Pump Station
In the Takara Sake project, Romtec Utilities supplied an industrial food-process pump station to Takara Sake USA Inc., a Sake manufacturer based in Berkeley, California.
City of Santa Paula | Large Wastewater Wet Well
740 GPM | 59.4′ TDH
Romtec Utilities often supplies lift stations for new developments. In the Harvest at Limoneira project, a new residential development in Santa Paula, California, was in need of a wastewater lift station with a large wet well.
The Line at Santa Ana | Stormwater Pump Stations for Mixed-Use Development
720, 600 GPM | 31′,21′ TDH
The Line at Santa Ana is a new mixed-use infill development that will add 228 new apartments and 4,000 square feet of commercial space across several buildings. Romtec Utilities was hired to provide two engineered pumping systems that would discharge treated stormwater into the storm sewer.
Industrial Crating and Packing | Stormwater Lift Station
512 GPM | 29.1′ TDH
Woodburn Development LLC, with ICON Construction and Development, Emerio Design, and Canby Excavations were in need of a wastewater lift station for a new development. The Romtec supplied waste water wet well is a precast 10’ inner diameter (ID) well that is 36’ in depth.
Trans Bay Cable | Stormwater Pump Stations for Converter Station
500 GPM | 25′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed and supplied two stormwater pump stations for a converter station in the City of Pittsburg, California. The two systems are necessary to supply collected stormwater to an onsite water treatment system before being discharged into the nearby bay.
City of Sacramento | Stormwater Pump Station at Baseball Complex
930 GPM | 24.1′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a stormwater pump station for the new Army Depot Park in Sacramento, California. The pump station was designed for the 10-year storm and is capable of pumping 930 gallons of stormwater per minute.
City of Beaumont | Wastewater Lift Station for Master Planned Community
505 GPM | 158′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed, supplied, and manufactured a packaged wastewater lift station for a new planned community development in the City of Beaumont, California. This is a large system will meet the sewage flow requirements for 981 new homes getting constructed.
Town of Samoa | Housing Development & Fire Hydrant Booster Pump Station
1000, 200-600 GPM | 150′ TDH
Romtec Utilities was contacted to provide a design service order for a new booster pump station and control building for a housing development in the Town of Samoa. This booster pump station was designed to meet the immediate and future flow requirements of the development as it continued to expand.
Orlando Utility Commission | HRSG Blowdown Pump Station
100, 800 GPM | 85.6′, 135′ TDH
Romtec Utilities was hired to design and supply pump stations to support a combined-cycle power generation process that requires significant amounts of recirculated water to function for the Orlando Utility Commission in Orlando, FL.
Mitsubishi Manufacturing | Identical Stormwater Pump Stations
500 GPM | 15′-15.3′ TDH
A Mitsubishi manufacturing plant in Sacramento, California needed two new matching pump stations to handle low-flows of stormwater from an on-site treatment system.
Crystal Creek Developers, LLC | Community Stormwater Pump Station
500 GPM | 26′ TDH
A new mixed-use community development needed a stormwater pump station to handle medium flows of stormwater from the community.
Naval Base Kitsap | Multiple Lift Stations for a High Security Base
100-1,160 GPM | 40′-130′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed, engineered, and manufactured five unique lift stations for the Naval Base Kitsap in Washington.
City of Shafter | Multi-Phase Residential Development
500, 1000 GPM | 27.7′, 56.8′ TDH
Gossamer Grove is the largest housing development in the City of Shafter. Romtec Utilities provided the wastewater lift station for this development after establishing a standard lift station configuration with the City on previous projects.
Middletown Energy Center | HRSG Blowdown and Process Pumping
480-850 GPM | 25′-35′ TDH
Construction of a new combined cycle power plant in Middletown, OH required 3 pump stations for the operation of its HRSG system. Middletown Energy Center uses natural gas and HRSG to generate power, this process requires significant amounts of water for operation.
City of Bakersfield | Residential Wastewater Lift Station Retrofit
825 GPM | 26.1′ TDH
A residential neighborhood in Bakersfield, California needed to upgrade an existing Romtec Utilities lift station to keep up with increasing sewer flows. To meet the higher flow requirements, Romtec Utilities upgraded the existing 7.5 hp pumps to 12 HP Flygt submersible pumps in a duplex configuration.
University of California Merced | Chopper Pump Sewer Lift Station
720 GPM | 48.9′ TDH
The University of California, Merced needed a new wastewater lift station for the expansion of its campus. Two 20 hp Vaughan chopper pumps were included to meet the high flow requirements.
City of El Centro | Pump Station #2 Relocation
850 GPM | 30′ TDH
The City of El Centro in California needed to replace an existing lift station that had been in service for over 40 years. The new system needed to handle high flows of wastewater from the county jail and from several residential developments in the area.
Home Depot in Perris, California | Commercial Stormwater Pumping
900 GPM | 16′ TDH
The construction of a new Home Depot required a large detention pond and a new pump station to handle stormwater from the commercial development. This economical pump station uses 7.5hp
Contech Plant | Pumping to Treatment Pond
660 GPM | 24.3′ TDH
Contech Engineered Solutions needed this pump station to pump medium flows of clean water from a Contech filtration system to a nearby treatment pond. This system was designed with 5 hp Ebara pumps in a duplex configuration.
International-Matex Tank Terminals | Oily Stormwater Runoff Pumping
770 GPM | 35′ TDH
An IMTT industrial storage facility needed this stormwater pump station to collect runoff and pump it to treatment onsite. The duplex submersible pumps were engineered to handle the expected medium flows of stormwater.
West Mesa Industrial Park | Septic System Replacement Lift Station
733 GPM | 44′ TDH
The US Army Corps of Engineers worked with Romtec Utilities to design this lift station to replace an existing septic system. The resulting package wastewater lift station met the high sewage flows of this publicly owned industrial complex.
Los Angeles Trade and Technical College | Stormwater Runoff Pumping
600 GPM | 26.2′ TDH
The expansion of a college campus required this stormwater pump station to handle medium flows of stormwater runoff. To meet the required pumping rate, 7.5 hp Ebara submersible centrifugal pumps were designed in a duplex configuration.
Pleasant Valley RV Park | High-Capacity Triplex Lift Station
844 GPM | 38′ TDH
A residential boom town of employees from nearby natural gas mining facilities needed a large lift station to handle over 1.2 MGD of wastewater. Submersible Ebara sewage pumps in a triplex configuration were included for the new and future pumping rates resulting from residential growth.
Correction Corporations of America | Multiple Prison Lift Stations
836 GPM | 72′ TDH
These four package lift stations were designed to meet the high sewage flows of this commercial prison for municipal wastewater standards. Solids-handling pumps in a duplex configuration are aided by an effluent mixer designed to agitate solids inmates put into the system.
City of Laguna Beach | High Profile Lift Station Replacement
600 GPM | 77′ TDH
This high flow wet/dry lift station replacement was installed “in the sand” of Main Beach with three dry pit pumps in a 26-feet-deep precast rectangular vault. Triplex split case pumps, sump pumps, an intake/exhaust fan, lights, valves, stairs, and a mezzanine were all provided in the package.
Suncadia Resort | Super-High Flow, High Head Lift Station
800 GPM | 175′ TDH
A growing resort community with golf courses needed this Romtec Utilities package lift station to meet super high sewage flows with high head conditions. The resort has ample property for expansion and needed a wastewater lift station that would also expand.
Praxair Hydrogen Refinery | Mixed Industrial Water Pump Station
562 GPM | 200′ TDH
This was the first of two packaged pump stations needed to handle varying flows of industrial process water and stormwater at a hydrogen refinery. Submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration also included a submersible “jockey” pump.
Praxair Hydrogen Refinery | Self-Priming Pumping Skid
540 GPM | 280′ TDH
This packaged pump station was the second of two pump stations supplied for industrial process water and stormwater at two Valero oil refineries. The design criteria specified varying flows which required a duplex pump configuration with an included “jockey” pump to handle the smaller flows.