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City of Beaumont California
City of Beaumont | Wastewater Package Pump Station
467 GPM | 99.3′ TDH

The pump station was designed to the City of Beaumont’s standards which have adopted Eastern Municipal Water District requirements, as the city will also be the end owner of the system.

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Microsoft Silicon Valley Campus | Lift Stations
400 GPM | 20.5′ TDH

Romtec Utilities supplied both the stormwater and the wastewater systems to achieve the “net-zero” usage goals on the project.

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Indian Health Service | Stormwater Lift Station
215 GPM | 18.6′ TDH

The IHS is the Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives and worked with Cecil & Cecil in a larger project to construct a new in-patient clinic for substance abuse.

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Rockefeller Group | Stormwater Lift Station
2020 GPM | 14.4′ TDH

The Rockefeller Group purchased 7.81 acres of improved land in order to build the Airway Industrial Park in Otay Mesa, California.

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San Bernardino Municipal Water Department | Wastewater Lift Station
188 GPM | 20.4′ TDH

The recent Washington Avenue Lift Station project in San Bernardino, California, began as a retrofit and ultimately ended as a full system replacement.

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Trammell Crow Residential | Wastewater Lift Station
211 GPM | 23.6′ TDH

Romtec Utilities supplied a wastewater lift station to service a new apartment building by Trammell Crow Residential in San Diego, California.

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Union Pacific Railroad | Stormwater Lift Station
150 GPM | 15.3′ TDH

Romtec Utilities supplied a stormwater pump station for a new Union Pacific Railroad Maintenance Office. The lift station was needed to empty a stormwater detention pond and pump the water to an existing gravity drain system.

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Hancock Parkway Properties | Stormwater Lift Station
450 GPM | 15.8′ TDH

The site of the new development is close to the Santa Clara River, driving the need for all the stormwater runoff to be collected and treated in order to keep contaminated water from making its way into the Santa Clara.

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Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation | Wastewater Pump Station
206 GPM | 142.9′ TDH

The Mossy Creek project is a wastewater lift station for a new development to support the Cache Creek Casino Resort.

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Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District | Wastewater Lift Station
180 GPM | 27′ TDH

Romtec Utilities supplied a wastewater lift station that will be owned and maintained by the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District.

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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.

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Ontario Christian High School | Wastewater Lift Station
226 GPM | 23.8′ TDH

In Ontario, California, the Ontario Christian High School was undergoing renovations. The General Contractor (GC) CCI was building a new, state of the art building that would be a dual student center and athletic facility. This new addition to the high school would provide a new gymnasium, weight and training rooms, softball fields, and new parking lots with bus loading areas and plentiful parking.

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Net Lease Alliance | Stormwater Lift Station
200 GPM | 12.4′ TDH

NLA Spring Valley LLC was constructing a commercial development and in need of a stormwater lift station. This Romtec Utilities stormwater pump system was needed for small and 100-year storm events for a commercial development.

City of Santa Paula 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.

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Orange County | Stormwater Lift Station
1347 GPM | 72′ TDH

This project is a new lift station handling low flows in the Santa Ana Delhi Channel in Newport Beach, California. This system collects stormwater in a 10’ inner diameter (ID) wet well that reaches 32’ in depth. In the bottom of the well, three Ebara 20 horsepower (HP) submersible pumps sit ready to pump out the water.

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City of Bakersfield | Wastewater Lift Station
450 GPM | 50′ TDH

Romtec Utilities supplies its customers with the best systems for the customers’ needs; the Highgate Community project is a project that required more than just a basic system. This is a Wastewater pump station in Bakersfield, California, constructed to serve a new development by Castle and Cooke.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Laguna Canyon Group | Stormwater Pump Station with On-Site Water Treatment
14 GPM | 22′ TDH

The development of multiple retail outlets in San Clemente, California required the installation of a stormwater pump station. The system needed to work with the specifications of another pumping system by discharging collected stormwater through an on-site biofiltration treatment system.

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City of Shafter | Replacement Wastewater Lift Station in City Park
414 GPM | 27.5′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was contacted to design and supply a replacement wastewater lift station for the City of Shafter in Rodriguez Park. The new system was needed to handle growing flows from the area while modernizing the infrastructure.

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Russell City Energy Center | Demineralized Process Water Pumping System
1350 GPM | 15′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was contacted to help on the design of an industrial pump station that would handle demineralized process water at the Russel City Energy Center in Hayward, California.

Oxnard School District
Elm Street Elementary School | Low-Flow Macerating Lift Station
70, 92 GPM | 13.3′, 8.5′ TDH

Romtec Utilities provided two wastewater lift stations for the renovation of Elm Street Elementary School in Oxnard, California. The two systems will be privately owned and maintained by the Oxnard School District.

City of Beaumont California
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.

City of Lemoore California
City of Lemoore | Turnkey Sewer Lift Station
311 GPM | 16.5′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed, supplied, and installed a wastewater lift station for a new housing development in Lemoore, California. The lift station connects to the city sewer with medium flows of wastewater to treatment.

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City of Norco | Sewer System Replacement Lift Stations
150, 200 GPM | 66.7′, 46.7′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed, supplied, and manufactured two wastewater lift stations for the City of Norco, California. The sewer systems are replacing two existing lift stations to meet the growing flows in the neighborhood.

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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.

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Coffee & Downing | Retail Buildings Lift Station
130 GPM | 33.2′ TDH

A private commercial development required a new lift station to handle medium flows of wastewater from several new retail buildings, including multiple restaurants.

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Georgia Pacific | Stormwater Pump Station
3100 GPM | 25′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was contacted to provide the design and supply of a stormwater pump station for the Antioch Gypsum Plant.

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Santa Barbara County | Wastewater Lift Station Retrofit
60 GPM | 20′ TDH

Santa Barbara County needed to retrofit an existing lift station site to effectively replace a failing system. The lift station retrofit needed to handle medium flows of municipal sewer from two inlet lines and make use of limited site space.

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Pacific Gas & Electric Company | Wastewater Lift Station
75 GPM | 10.8′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was hired to provide the design and supply of a new wastewater lift station for Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG & E) in Danville, California.

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City of Bakersfield | Deep Sewer Lift Station
2,200 GPM | 44.1′ TDH

A new residential development needed a deep well sewer lift station to handle high flows of municipal wastewater.

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Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital | Stormwater Pump Station
1095 GPM | 18′ TDH

A hospital in Santa Barbara, California needed an engineered pump station to handle medium flows of stormwater.

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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.

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Sprouts at Mira Mesa | Low-Flow Stormwater Pump Station
54 GPM | 29′ TDH

Sprouts, a new health-focused grocery store at the Mira Mesa Mall in San Diego, California required a new stormwater pump station to handle low flows of stormwater.

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Mission Garden | Affordable Housing Development Lift Station
100 GPM | 29.6′ TDH

Romtec Utilities provided the design and supply of this wastewater lift station, including all structural and mechanical systems for a new affordable housing development called Mission Garden.

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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.

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Sage Apartments | Big and Little Stormwater Pump Stations
23, 2850 GPM | 25.4′, 17.5′ TDH

Sage at Cerritos is a new luxury apartment complex in Cerritos, California, a suburb of Los Angeles. Romtec Utilities provided two stormwater pump stations for this residential development aptly referred to as “big stormwater” and “little stormwater”.

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority | Stormwater Reclamation and Filtration System
62 GPM | 36′ TDH

This stormwater pump station is part of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority’s (VTA) stormwater reclamation system.

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Long Beach Exchange Retail | Five Identical Stormwater Pump Stations
150 GPM | 15.9′ – 18.7′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed and supplied five stormwater pump stations for a new commercial development in Long Beach, California.

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City of Los Angeles | Venice Dual Force Main Lift Station
200 GPM | 15′ TDH

The City of Los Angeles needed to construct a new 54” force main to increase sewer capacity and add redundancy to an existing 48” force main at Marina del Rey.

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City of Shafter | Sewer Lift Station Replacement
350 GPM | 19.6′ TDH

The City of Shafter in California needed a new sewer lift station to replace an existing system with out-of-date components.

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Orange County Water District | Sewer Lift Station Replacement
30 GPM | 30.0′ TDH

The Orange County Water District needed to replace a wastewater lift station for the Burris Basin Pump Station in Anaheim, California. Burris Basin is a large groundwater pump station, pumping clean groundwater to 19 water districts in Southern California.

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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.

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Bay 101 | Six Low-Flow Stormwater Pump Stations
31-187 GPM | 10.2′-20.6′ TDH

The new Bay 101 casino required 6 stormwater pump stations to handle low flows of stormwater in San Jose, California. Each pump station will help serve new hotels as this casino facility expands. These pump stations needed to meet the low flow requirements while maintaining consistent head conditions.

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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.

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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.

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City of Victorville | 10th Street Lift Station
75 GPM | 23.3′ TDH

The City of Victorville needed to replace an existing lift station that had been converted to a manhole. The new lift station would handle medium flows of wastewater and pump it uphill to gravity and off to treatment.

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Westfield Valley Fair Mall | Parking Lot Stormwater Runoff Pump Station
31 GPM | 10.7′ TDH

The revitalization of a large mall in Santa Clara, CA required a new pump station to handle low flows of stormwater runoff from a section of the parking lot. This system utilized an economic design with a 4-foot ID precast concrete wet well, schedule 80 PVC discharge piping, and small ½ hp Weil pumps in a duplex configuration.

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Camphora Lift Station | Affordable Housing Apartment Complex
140 GPM | 137.6′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a wastewater lift station for an apartment complex in Soledad, California. This lift station pumps into an existing force main owned by the nearby Soledad Prison.

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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. This lift station was engineered with 3 hp Ebara submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration.

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Magnolia Pacific School | High Flow Stormwater Pump Station
3,146 GPM | 21.3′ TDH

One aspect during the construction of Magnolia Pacific Technical School was a stormwater pump station. This system would handle extremely high flows of stormwater and pump it to treatment.

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Magnolia Pacific School | Wastewater Lift Station
78 GPM | 13.7′ TDH

The construction of the Magnolia Pacific Technical School in Santa Ana, California needed a wastewater lift station to handle its sewage with medium flows of 100 gpm. To meet these flow requirements, Romtec Utilities engineered a lift station with 5 hp Weil submersible grinder pumps in a duplex configuration.

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Doheny Village | Simplex Stormwater Pump Station
50 GPM | 14′ TDH

City improvements for the Doheny Village in Dana Point, California required a new stormwater pump station for the residential revitalization. To meet the required flows, the new pump station utilized a 1/3 hp Goulds submersible pump in a simplex configuration.

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Doheny Village | Duplex Wastewater Lift Station
120 GPM | 30.1′ TDH

The City of Dana Point, California wanted to improve the Doheny Village neighborhood as part of a revitalization effort. One improvement included a new wastewater lift station to handle medium sewage flows from a new condominium development.

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Manorwood Homes | Residential Development Lift Station Retrofit
200 GPM | 27.5′ TDH

A residential development that was put on hold during the recession of the housing market needed a lift station retrofit when the development was brought back to life.

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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.

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Pomona College | Science Laboratory Lift Station
370 GPM | 14.5′ TDH

Pomona College in Claremont, California needed this new stormwater pump station to handle a wide flow range of runoff.

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Sunshine Canyon Landfill | Leachate Pump Station
195 GPM | 91.4′ TDH

Republic Services, Inc. needed a new pump station to handle medium flows of wastewater in the form of treated leachate from its Sunshine Canyon Landfill.

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Indian Springs Resort | Geothermal Meter Vault

The Indian Springs Resort was required to add a geothermal flow meter vault to send its used spring water to treatment at the City of Calistoga.

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Indian Springs Resort | Large Stormwater System
6800 GPM | 15.7′ TDH

The Indian Springs Resort needed a new pump station designed to handle high flows of stormwater runoff from a collection storm drain.

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Indian Springs Resort | Wastewater Pumping
78 GPM | 11.6′ TDH

The Indian Springs Resort needed two new lift stations designed to pump medium flows of sanitary sewer and wastewater to municipal treatment.

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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. A precast concrete wet well includes a pedestrian rated hatch and safety grate for reliable fall protection. Valve “cans” were included in the design and supply of this system for an economical control valve option. The control panel was a UL listed device in an outdoor enclosure, including a pressure transducer control device for redundancy.

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DJ Farms | Wastewater Lift Station
135 GPM | 36.8′ TDH

This City of Guadalupe, California needed a new wastewater lift station to accommodate a residential development for up to 800 homes.

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Shea Center | Industrial Center Stormwater Pumping
1800 GPM | 28.19′ TDH

A new 144,000 square feet, two building industrial center needed a large stormwater pump station to handle the runoff from the site. This triplex system includes a fourth, “jockey” pump to handle low flow dry-season runoff. The three large pumps are 20 hp Ebara submersible pumps designed for redundant pumping during high flow events. A pressure transducer serves as the primary level-sensing device and operates inside of a perforated stilling well designed to prevent solids from interfering with the sensor. The electrical controls are configured with a logic relay, intrinsically safe circuits, and communications.

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City of San Mateo | Urban Housing Development Lift Station
1218 GPM | 96′ TDH

After the historic Bay Meadows racetrack closed down, a large residential development began that required this large wastewater lift station. A triplex configuration of 30 hp Flygt pumps handles the high flow rates of this system. A blower system was provided as part of the lift station odor control specified by the city. The lift station electrical controls comprised a PLC, float control level-sensors, and a backup generator. The panel includes an Arc Armor® enclosure that provides safe access to low-voltage controls and separate access for high-voltage circuits.

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Pacific Convenience & Fuels | Grinder Pump Lift Station
15 GPM

The construction of a new gas station and convenience store required this low flow sewage lift station. Goulds submersible grinder pumps in a duplex configuration are designed to macerate and pump wastewater that contains solids or fabric materials without becoming clogged. The complete valve assembly is vertically oriented and contained within the wet well discharge piping. An outdoor UL listed control panel contains an intrinsically safe barrier for in-well electrical, floats for level-sensing controls, and a NEMA 4X stainless steel enclosure.

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Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District | Oak Springs Ranch
262 GPM | 53.9′ TDH

This packaged lift station was designed to meet the medium flows of sewage from an upscale apartment development. The concrete wet well was precast with Ameron T-Lock lining to protect the concrete from hydrogen-sulfide off-gassing. Ebara submersible sewage pumps in a duplex configuration provide redundant pumping capabilities suitable for the medium head conditions. This lift station also includes a bioxide odor control system in the design. A UL listed control panel provides the complete electrical controls with an autodialer for communications.

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Bear River Band of Rohnerville Rancheria | Tribal Sewer Lift Station
70 GPM | 21.6′ TDH

The Bear River Band of Rohnerville Rancheria, a federally recognized tribe of the Mattole and Wiyot peoples, purchased this package wastewater lift station for a tribal community development. The submersible pumps are located in the bottom of a 14’ prefabricated fiberglass sump, and the below grade valve assembly is located in a 5’ deep round prefabricated fiberglass valve vault. An outdoor UL listed control panel includes floats for primary and backup level controls and an autodialer for system communications.

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City of Shafter | Municipal Sewer Expansion Lift Station
110 GPM | 28.4′ TDH

This package lift station is part of a sustained plan to expand the collection system of a large sewage treatment plant completed in 1999. The medium flow is handled by submersible solids handling pumps in a duplex configuration. A pigging port, plug valve, shut off valve, mechanical indicator, back flow actuator, and swing check valve are all contained in a below-grade valve vault. An outdoor control panel includes an autodialer for communications, conductive probes for level sensing, and an intrinsically safe barrier for in-well electrical controls.

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New Continuation High School | Packaged Wastewater Lift Station
55 GPM | 38.5′ TDH

A new school required this low flow package lift station in order to handle the neighborhood’s increased flow of municipal wastewater. Ebara vortex pumps in a duplex configuration are used for deep well pumping. They are explosion proof in order to meet the Class 1, Division 1 hazardous location requirements. A below-grade valve vault provides easy access to system plug valves, shut-off valves, and swing check valves. An outdoor UL listed control panel manages the lift station’s mechanical and electrical systems with float controls for liquid level-sensing and a basic alarm.

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City of Sebastopol | Municipal Wastewater Lift Station
36 GPM | 26.8′ TDH

This package lift station was configured to meet the medium sewage flow requirements for 34 new housing units constructed by Burbank Housing Development Corporation.

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Smith River Rancheria | Tribal Housing Wastewater Lift Station
60 GPM | 132′ TDH

This wastewater lift station was required to hand medium sewage flows from a development neighborhood by Smith River Rancheria, the governing body of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Tribe. Two Goulds Water Technology 2 hp grinder pumps were used to meet the high head requirements for over 3,000 ft of force main. An owner-supplied control building contains the control panel and a permanent onsite Cummins generator for backup power. A Mercoid pressure transducer provides primary level-sensing controls with Dwyer floats for backup.

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Vega Meadows Road Development | Fiberglass Lined Lift Station
297 GPM | 57′ TDH

This package wastewater lift station handles sewage flows from this large residential development neighborhood. Duplex submersible solids handling pumps pump a high flow rate from this 30’ deep wet well. The wet well includes an interior fiberglass lining and exterior coating. A below grade valve vault provides easy access to the valves, ports, and gauges. For level controls, the outdoor control panel includes a pressure transducer and floats for backup. An autodialer and backup generator are also included in the panel design and supply.

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County of Del Norte | Municipal Sewer Lift Station
220 GPM | 36′ TDH

To extend the sewer system for Crescent City in Del Norte County, this sewage lift station was added to a new gravity line and force main. Duplex submersible chopper pumps pump the sewage to an existing gravity line and on to treatment. An easy-to-access below grade valve assembly contains the check and plug valves. An outdoor PLC panel is connected to a customer-supplied generator and is also protected by a customer-supplied shelter. Primary liquid level sensing is by a pressure transducer with floats as a backup.

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City of Carpinteria | Beachside Septic Replacement
87 GPM | 158.8′ TDH

An upscale beachside community in California needed this medium flow wastewater lift station to replace septic systems used at each home. To meet the requirements of the beachside location, this system includes Ameron T-Lock PVC lining on both a precast concrete sump and emergency overflow basin. A below-grade vault contains the system’s valve and meter assemblies. Large bluffs between the beach and the city treatment plant required super-high head submersible pumps. The system electrical controls comprise redundant controls and level sensing with SCADA integration.

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Sutter Medical Center | Continuous Cutter Pump Lift Station
90 GPM | 25.1′ TDH

The construction of this new hospital required a package lift station system to handle medium flows of wastewater. This comprehensive system includes five below-grade vaults. Four concrete vaults comprise the valve vault, metering vault, odor control vault, and wet well. Additionally, an 18,000 gallon fiberglass vault was included as an overflow tank for emergency backup storage. Tsurumi cutter pumps in a duplex configuration start and stop pumping cycles on level with primary and backup float controls. The outdoor UL listed control panel controls the total operation of the system valves, meters, sensors, pumps, and additional electrical.

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Dona Spring Animal Shelter and Animal Services | Sewer Lift Station
75 GPM | 25′ TDH

A newly constructed public animal shelter required this package lift station to meet low sewage flows with additional animal waste. The difficulties associated with pumping animal waste required submersible solids-handling pumps in a duplex configuration. Variable frequency drives were included for electric phase conversion in order to utilize the appropriate pumps with the available power. A UL listed control panel includes float controls for liquid level-sensing and an autodialer with a basic alarm for emergency notifications.

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City of Oakland | Municipal Wastewater Lift Station Replacement
1339 GPM | 21.9′ TDH

This municipal water district replaced an existing lift station with this packaged lift station designed for the high sewage flow requirements. 15 hp submersible sewage pumps discharges to a below grade valve assembly, which includes valves, actuators, indicators, and access ports. The outdoor control panel utilizes a pressure transducer for primary liquid level sensing and float controls for backup. The panel also includes soft starters to reduce the inrush current, which can sap the onsite generator during pump starts.

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City of Santa Helena, California | Extended Lift Station Project
254 GPM | 49.5′ TDH

This municipal lift station in the Napa Valley was designed to handle medium sewage flows and medium head conditions. Flygt sewer pumps were supplied in a duplex configuration to integrate with the Tops Basin and discharge elbows. The complete structural components of this lift station were designed to finish two feet above-grade to be above the flood plain for the area. A proprietary control device and pressure transducer provide the system electrical controls.

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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 Ebara pumps in a duplex configuration to meet the required flow rates to empty the detention pond. Parallel force mains were included with valve cans to provide simple and inexpensive piping and control valves. This submersible system uses cost-effective precast concrete barrels and a monolithic base to construct strong and reliable sump.

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Valley Fine Foods | Wastewater from Food Processing
45 GPM | 35′ TDH

This food processing plant in Benicia, California needed a wastewater lift station to handle combined sewage and process water from the production of pasta. The lift station design included Tsurumi grinder pumps in a duplex configuration. These submersible grinder pumps were included to handle pasta and cheese that occasionally get into the process water. The system electrical controls comprise a standard UL listed panel with float controls for liquid level sensing. The lift station pumps into an existing sewer main and on to treatment.

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California Institute for Men | Brine Wastewater Pumping Station
135 GPM | 30′ TDH

This package lift station was designed to meet the medium wastewater flows of this California prison. Solids-handling pumps in a duplex configuration are protected from cascading influent by a drop bowl. The liquid level-sensing is controlled by a pressure transducer and a float in used for emergency backup. A below-grade valve assembly holds the system’s valves, flow meters, and pressure gauges. An outdoor PLC panel with a basic alarm and an added input for a radio modem comprise the systems controls.

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Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital | Municipal Stormwater Pump Station
1095 GPM | 21.5′ TDH

This simple package lift station was designed to handle the medium flows of stormwater at this hospital facility. Submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration alternate pump starts or can both operate in high stormwater events. The pumps are protected from inflows by an HDPE deflector panel. There is a below-grade electrical junction box in a concrete vault. System controls were designed with a UL listed control panel, float controls for liquid level-sensing, a basic alarm, and an autodialer for telecommunications.

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San Andreas Sanitary District | Unique Lift Station Design
75 GPM | 28′ TDH

A new school needed this package lift station to pump stored wastewater every 24 hours. The sump was oversized by design to hold in excess of 5,000 gallons of sewage that would be pumped out at specified medium pumping rate to a low-level shutoff float control. The submersible solids handling pumps in a duplex configuration are accessible by a crane installed on the top slab. An outdoor UL listed control panel is tied-in to an onsite generator for backup power and utilizes an autodialer for communications.

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Pacific Gas and Electric Company | Industrial Stormwater and Sewer
300 GPM | 23′ TDH

These three package lift stations were designed to meet medium flows of industrial process water with added low flows of industrial stormwater and wastewater. Submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration were specified to meet the peak flows and water chemistry identified for each pump station. UL listed control panels with floats for liquid level-sensing and basic alarms comprise the system controls for the lift stations. These packaged lift stations were integrated into stormwater, processing, and wastewater plans for the new construction of the Colusa Generating Station.

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City of Shafter | Existing Sewer Sump Repair
400 GPM | 28.5′ TDH

A suburb of the City of Shafter required a lift station package to repair and rehabilitate an existing wastewater sump. Duplex submersible centrifugal pumps and discharge pipe mounting brackets were fitted to a concrete slab poured in the bottom of the existing manhole. The Romtec Utilities package included the proper components to operate in this 26-foot-deep sump. An outdoor MultiSmart control panel utilizes conductive probes for primary and backup level controls and an autodialer for communications. This retrofit package saved about 60% the cost of a new lift station.

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City of Santa Barbara, California | Dry-Season Stormwater Flows
275 GPM | 17′ TDH

The City of Santa Barbara needed this packaged pump station to manage low stormwater flows from events that occur during the dry season. Duplex submersible pumps capable of passing a 3-inch solid pump the water into an existing sanitary sewer pressure main and on to treatment. This pump station includes an in-ground valve vault with plug and check valves and stainless-steel discharge piping to handle oily or contaminated water conditions. Romtec Utilities supplied the complete electrical controls with liquid level sensing, alarm notifications, pump start and stop cycles, above-grade disconnect stand, and intrinsically safe circuits.

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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. The in-ground valve assembly and meter assembly were each located in separate vault structures for a cost-effective design and easy access. An outdoor, UL listed control panel was protected from weather and sunlight by a six-post shelter, which also covers the sump entry hatch and electric disconnect panel.

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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. The pumps also needed to handle water that could potentially carry oil or other industrial chemicals stored on the site. An above-grade valve assembly used ball valves and check valves that were vertically integrated for easy access. The pump station electrical controls were located on an existing wall in the water treatment area.

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Solyndra | Stormwater Runoff Pump Station
450 GPM | 35′ TDH

This new commercial complex required two new stormwater pump stations designed to meet low flows of runoff. The manholes and hatches were designed at grade to integrate seamlessly with the brick patio and walkway. Submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration discharge to below grade valve assemblies accessible by valves cans. The UL listed control panels are contained by stainless steel NEMA enclosures and include intrinsically safe barriers. Both lift stations were designed with the same primary components for site standardization.

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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. This pumping system was designed with dual force mains and check valves integrated in the discharge piping to simplify the engineering for the system. Romtec Utilities provided the complete electrical engineering plans for the UL listed control panel. Floats for primary and backup liquid level-sensing were supplied to give the system added redundancy.

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Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton | Large Wet-Dry Lift Station
1585 GPM | 25′ TDH

The Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton needed this large wet-dry wastewater lift station to replace an existing system to allow the construction of new enlisted quarters. The new lift station included triplex dry-pit pumps to handle super-high flows of sewage from the facilities. An 8’ diameter precast concrete sump collects the sewage. Suction lines connect the sump to a 200-square-foot rectangular dry pit where the pumps, flow meter, and valve assembly are located. This lift station also includes an upstream grinder pit with a Macho Monster sewage grinder to pulverize solids into passable sizes.

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Fresh & Easy Distribution Center | Commercial Wastewater Lift Station
170 GPM | 60′ TDH

The expansion of this distribution center for Fresh and Easy food products required a package lift station designed to meet medium wastewater flow requirements. This lift station for the 88-acre storage and supply facility uses an inlet line drop bowl to protect submersible solids-handling pumps in a duplex configuration from cascading influent and turbidity. A below-grade valve vault holds all the valves assembly for two, parallel force mains. An outdoor UL listed control panel utilizes float controls for liquid level-sensing and includes an autodialer for communications.

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Chopper Pump Sewer Lift Station
1120 GPM | 150′ TDH

This unique package wastewater lift station was designed to meet the high sewage flows of this US Army Corps of Engineers managed reservoir and nearby campgrounds. Vertical chopper pumps were engineered above the sump in a precast concrete structure with the above grade valve assembly. Two inlet lines were engineered with extra piping to direct influent toward the bottom of the sump. The structure also contains the UL listed control panel. Float controls were used for liquid level-sensing, and the control panel included soft starters typical for vertical shaft pumps.

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City of Arcata, CA | Turnkey Lift Station Replacement
2947 GPM | 34.2′ TDH

This “turnkey” replacement lift station was designed, supplied, and installed to meet super-high sewage flow with infiltration and inflow requirements of a municipal wastewater lift station. Submersible solids-handling pumps in a triplex configuration were installed. The below-grade valve assembly includes plug valves, check valves, ball valves, a pumping port, and a pigging port. The UL listed control panel has an ultrasonic transducer for primary liquid level sensing, redundant float controls, and an autodialer alarm. VFDs were also included in the lift station controls.

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Laura Chenel’s Chèvre Cheese Plant | Mixed Industrial Wastewater
90 GPM | 10.7′ TDH

This gourmet goat cheese plant needed two lift stations configured to handle medium wastewater and industrial flows from the new production plant. Submersible solids handling pumps in duplex configurations are protected from turbulence and cascading influent by an inlet line drop bowl. A below-grade valve vault holds the valves, actuators, and junctions to the force main and, on one station, an included cleanout line. An indoor UL listed control panel contains an intrinsically safe barrier for electrical controls in the wet wells. These two systems were installed at grade for low profiles.

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County of Santa Barbara | Replacement Sewer Lift Station
50 GPM | 28′ TDH

Santa Barbara County needed this package lift station to replace an existing system serving a residential area next to Goleta Beach. Ebara submersible sewage pumps were engineered in a duplex configuration to alternate starts and create redundancy in the system. Liquid level-sensing also includes redundancy by using Dwyer floats as the primary control device and a Multitrode probe for high-level backup. A UL listed control panel uses a NEMA 4X stainless steel enclosure to be safely located outside of the existing control building.

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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. The Allen Bradley PLC control panel, flow transmitter, and junction box are located in a control building. Sophisticated SCADA, 3 levels of redundancy, auxiliary power, and an HDPE wet well are all primary components of this package lift station.

Sacramento Municipal Utility District
Sacramento Municipal Utility District | Deep Well Sewer Lift Station
172 GPM | 94′ TDH

The newly constructed headquarters for the Sacramento Municipal Utility District purchased this package lift station to meet its medium sewage flow requirements. Submersible solids-handling pumps in a duplex configuration were specified in a deep well because this facility represents one of the ten largest public utilities in the country.

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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.

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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. Also included is an above-grade valve assembly on the top slab. The control panel utilizes an ultrasonic transducer for primary level controls and a pressure transducer for backup. The entire package lift station is located inside an owner-supplied control building.

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Sacramento Municipal Utility District | High Flow Stormwater Pumping
8496 GPM | 43′ TDH

The new headquarters for the Sacramento Municipal Utility District needed this package pump station to handle high flows of stormwater.

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California State University Channel Islands | Stormwater Pump Station
2500 GPM | 25′ TDH

A university needed this package stormwater pump station designed to meet the high flow requirements for draining a detention pond. A flooded inlet line from the detention pond is pumped by submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration.

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USDA Fire District | Low-Flow Sewage Lift Station
50 GPM | 70′ TDH

This lift station was designed to meet the low sewage flow requirements of a municipal lift station that would also serve new construction and commercial buildings. Submersible cutter pumps in a duplex configuration and an inlet-line drop bowl provide reliable pumping capabilities, and a separate below-grade valve assembly holds the system valves. A sheltered alternator panel with a basic alarm manages the mechanical and electrical system controls. Liquid level-sensing is managed by float controls wired for intrinsically safe.

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Burton School District | Municipal Wastewater Lift Station
38 GPM | 41′ TDH

This package wastewater lift station was designed to meet the low sewage flow requirements of a municipal lift station for developing an elementary school site. The duplex pump configuration with submersible grinder pumps and a drop bowl provides reliable and lasting pumping capabilities.

City of Salinas California
City of Salinas, CA | Residential Development Wastewater Lift Station
50 GPM | 17.4′ TDH

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.

Clark County Water Reclamation District
Clark County Water Reclamation District | Wastewater & H2S Capable Lift Station
70 GPM | 47′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a wastewater lift station for a housing development in Las Vegas, Nevada. Romtec Utilities worked with the developer, Summit Club Nevada, and the local water authority, Clark County Water Reclamation District (CCWRD), to design the system according to their design requirements.

Douglas County Nevada
Douglas County Nevada | Residential Development
99 – 165 GPM | 224.7′ – 267′ TDH

The new residential development at Clear Creek Tahoe needed two new wastewater lift stations. The location of the development has many elevation changes and to successfully pump the sewage off to treatment, two lift stations were necessary.

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Coyote Springs | Housing Development Sewer Lift Station
121 GPM | 55′ TDH

This package lift station system was designed to meet the medium sewage flows of this new residential development and private golf course. Submersible solids handling pumps in a duplex configuration manage the influent for this deep well, and an above-grade valve assembly maintains proper discharge operations.

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Walmart in Gardnerville, Nevada | Stormwater Detention Pond Pumping
1300 GPM | 23.4′ TDH

A new Walmart Supercenter required this package stormwater pump station to handle runoff from its large impervious parking lot. A good sized detention basin collects the runoff water during a storm event, including from surrounding properties.

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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.

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Laughlin Colorado River Heritage Greenway | Grinder Pump Lift Stations
45 GPM | 66′ TDH

A publicly funded greenway project required two package lift stations that were configured to meet the low flow, high head requirements for this park. Grinder pumps in duplex configurations will alternate between starts to reduce wear on the pumps and make time of operation equal.

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Truckee Meadows Water Authority | Wastewater Lift Station With Drop Bowl Assembly
76 GPM | 21′ TDH

The Mt. Rose Pump Station is a wastewater lift station in Reno, Nevada. This project was brought to Romtec Utilities by Stantec to develop the scope and configuration of the lift station. Ultimately, Romtec Utilities was used as the basis of design.

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Gresham-Barlow School District | Two Wastewater Package Pump Stations
135 GPM | 69.4′ TDH

Romtec Utilities completed two wastewater pump station for the Gresham-Barlow School District and Sam Barlow High School.

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Port of Portland | Industrial Wastewater Package Pump Station
2500 GPM | 59′ TDH

The PDX TCORE pump station is the fifth project RU has done for the Port of Portland in the last five years. The station is the main wastewater pump station for all of PDX.

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City of Scappoose, OR| Wastewater Package Pump Station
426 GPM | 67.8′ TDH

Romtec Utilities worked with Cardno as they were the project driver. RU designed and supplied the lift station to fit the needs of the large development.

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Rogue Community College | Potable Water Booster Station
1,333 GPM | 177′ TDH

Romtec worked with Marquess & Associates to provide them with the best value from an engineering, construction, and overall cost of maintenance standpoint.

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City of Woodburn, OR | Wastewater Lift Station
424 GPM | 59.7′ 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.

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Heart of Los Angeles | Wastewater Lift Station
80 GPM | 20.4′ TDH

Blois Construction brought the HOLA project to Romtec Utilities to provide a wastewater lift station. Romtec Utilities, along with Blois Construction and Brandow & Johnston Engineers worked together to get the design of the station approved by LA County.

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Roseburg Urban Sanitary Authority | Meter Vault & Force Main Vault

Many projects are brought to us by either a municipality or a contractor that has been hired for the project by another agency. In the case of the Old Highway 99 project, R&G Excavating, the contractor hired by David Evans & Associates, brought the project to Romtec Utilities.

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Mitsubishi Gas Chemical | Stormwater Pump Station for Chemical Refining Plant
475 GPM | 19.7′ TDH

The construction of a hydrogen peroxide refinement plant for the Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company (MGC) required a pump station to collect and discharge stormwater to an onsite treatment system.

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Grain Millers, Inc. | Wastewater & Process Fluid Lift Station in Food Production Facility
70 GPM | 38′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was contacted to design and supply a wastewater lift station for the newly constructed Northern Gold Foods manufacturing facility in Junction City, Oregon. The new system handles wastewater from both sewer lines and process water from the food manufacturing process.

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City of Junction City | Replacement Wastewater Lift Station
335 GPM | 128′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a wastewater lift station and control building to replace an existing municipal sewer system in the City of Junction City, Oregon.

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Pacific Rim Apartments | Apartment Complex Lift Station
95 GPM | 36.3′ TDH

The construction of a new apartment complex in Warrenton, Oregon required a lift station to handle wastewater from approximately 60 new apartment units.

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Roseburg Urban Sanitary Authority | Sewer Lift Station in Industrial Zone
197 GPM | 45.3′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was hired to design and supply a wastewater lift station for an industrial development in Roseburg, Oregon.

City of Medford Oregon
City of Medford | City Sports Park Municipal Lift Station
35 GPM | 68.5′ TDH

The City of Medford needed a new wastewater lift station to handle low flows of sewage at the new US Cellular municipal sports park.

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Washington County | Groundwater Management Pump Stations
38 – 52 GPM | 19.9′ – 25.2′ TDH

Seismic upgrades to the Washington County Public Service Building required the installation of five stormwater pump stations.

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Portland International Airport | Parking Structure Stormwater Pump Station
3600 GPM | 46.4′ TDH

The construction of a new multi-level parking garage at the Portland International Airport (PDX) required a stormwater pump station to handle high flows of stormwater.

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City of Ashland, OR | Municipal Sewer Lift Station Retrofit
156 GPM | 55.7′ TDH

Romtec Utilities retrofitted an existing wastewater lift station to meet rising flow rates in a neighborhood area of Ashland, Oregon.

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Roseburg Urban Sanitary Authority | Municipal Sewer Lift Station
258 GPM | 16.9′ TDH

The Roseburg Urban Sanitary Authority needed a new lift station to handle medium flows of sewage from a residential neighborhood. This precast concrete wet well is a deep well for sewer, going nearly 30 feet below grade.

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Portland International Airport | High Volume Stormwater Pump Station
18,140 GPM | 10.62′ TDH

The Portland International Airport (PDX) needed a very large pump station to discharge high volumes of stormwater to a runoff creek from one of its runways.

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United States Postal Service | Wastewater & Stormwater Collection Lift Station
100 GPM | 29.7′ TDH

A new distribution center for the United States Postal Service in Portland, Oregon required a wastewater lift station. The lift station handles both wastewater and stormwater flows because the stormwater that is collected onsite is essentially wastewater due to fuel and other contaminants from a truck loading area.

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Bureau of Reclamation | Groundwater Recharge Basin
90 GPM | 20.0′ TDH

The Bureau of Reclamation needed a new wastewater lift station to handle medium flows of wastewater in Klamath Falls, Oregon. This pumping system includes 2 hp Ebara submersible pumps engineered in a duplex configuration to meet the anticipated sewage flow and provide redundancy.

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River Ridge Apartments | Apartment Complex Booster Pump Station
270 GPM | 100′ TDH

A new apartment complex required a booster pump station for maintaining the water pressure of potable water for the apartments. The booster station used 5 hp Goulds stainless steel, multi-stage pumps in a triplex configuration.

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Portland Airport | New Terminal Wastewater Pumping
100 GPM | 28.19′ TDH

To accommodate a new private terminal and hanger, Portland Airport needed a new wastewater lift station to handle a medium flow of sewage from the new buildings.

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Salem Hospital | Commercial Kitchen Wastewater Pumping
50 GPM | 30′ TDH

The Salem Hospital in Oregon needed a new wastewater lift station to handle medium flows of sewer and food preparation wastewater. The commercial kitchen for the hospital is located in a basement room, creating a design challenge for the kitchen.

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Goodwill | Commercial Development Lift Station
50 GPM | 14.4′ TDH

A new commercial development where a Goodwill retail store was being built needed this robust wastewater lift station. The hatch and below-grade structural components of this lift station have an H-20 rating for occasional traffic so that the system could be located in the parking lot of the development. This also included a below-grade, explosion proof electrical junction box. Goulds vortex pumps in a duplex configuration were chosen to handle unknown solids from future tenants of the development. Electrical controls were provided through a standard UL listed panel.

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Woods Trailer & RV Park | Low Flow, Low Head Lift Station Design
72 GPM | 28′ TDH

An RV Park needed this package lift station to meet the municipal sewage requirements for the residents at the park. Pumping with low flow and low head conditions, the duplex Goulds submersible pumps are sized to efficiently fit the 14’ deep, 4’ diameter wet well. An outdoor UL listed control panel utilizes floats for liquid level-sensing and includes an autodialer for communications and alarm notifications. The complete system was installed at finish grade with traffic rated hatches to provide a low profile for the residential area.

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Grand Ronde Tribal Housing Authority | Tribal Housing Lift Station
400 GPM | 30′ TDH

The Confederated Tribes of the Grande Ronde Community purchased this lift station to meet the medium sewage flows of a new housing development. Submersible solids handling pumps in a duplex configuration are protected from influent by two deflector panels on two inlet lines. A below-grade concrete valve vault provides easy access to the system valves, pressure gauges, actuators, and access ports. An outdoor UL listed control panel is protected by a shelter/shade structure. Liquid level-sensing is accomplished with a conductive probe and backup float controls.

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The City of the Dalles | Lift Station Design Standard Implementation
38 GPM | 28.2′ TDH

The City of the Dalles required this replacement package lift station to meet medium flows of municipal wastewater. This lift station included submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration with the ability to handle some suspended solids. The control panel for this lift station includes SCADA software to interact with a remote telemetry unit (RTU). These two systems provide communications from the pressure transducer and conductive probe level sensing devices. They also communicate calculated flow rates and any voltage variances in from the power supply.

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The City of the Dalles | Replacement Municipal Lift Station
132 GPM | 54′ 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. Two submersible solids handling pumps were included in the original supply, but the mounting hardware for a third pump in a triplex configuration was included to allow easy expansion as more condos are constructed. An outdoor control panel is protected by a shelter and utilizes a pressure transducer and backup floats for liquid level-sensing.

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Goleta Sanitary District | Comprehensive Wastewater Lift Station
1500 GPM | 66′ TDH

This lift station serves a large area and was installed at Santa Barbara Municipal Airport as part of a larger project. Two submersible solids handling pumps are supported by a jockey pump that acts as a sump pump for periods of low flow. An impressive control building contains the UL listed control panel, a backup diesel generator and automatic transfer switch, electric meter main, and ferrous chloride odor controls. The electrical controls interface directly with the existing detailed SCADA system used by the Goleta Sanitary District.

Green Sanitary District
Green Sanitary District | Low-Cost Municipal Lift Station
150 GPM | 56.8′ TDH

A large book distribution center required the local municipal agency to install this package wastewater lift station. The force main was installed via a horizontally drilled hole to the exact elevation of the wet well connection. The submersible solids handling pumps are explosion proof to meet the hazardous area classifications for this lift station. A sheltered PLC control panel contains an intrinsically safe barrier to also meet the hazardous area requirements. The panel utilizes a pressure transducer and floats for primary and backup level-sensing controls.

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University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication | Stormwater Pump Station
350 GPM | 25′ TDH

This package pump station was designed to meet low flows of stormwater expected after the expansion of this university building. The duplex pump configuration with submersible centrifugal pumps provides reliable and lasting pumping capabilities. A simple UL listed control panel with an intrinsically safe (IS) barrier and basic alarm was designed and supplied as a part of the electrical layout for this package pump station. This system was designed with four floats for liquid level-sensing and automatic starting and stopping of pumps on level

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Dermody Properties | Industrial Wastewater
400 GPM | 46′ TDH

The successful installation and start-up of this station has allowed Dermody Properties to continue their development in one of the “Puget Sound region’s major industrial centers”.

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West Sound Utility District | Wastewater Pump Station
280 GPM | 145.2′ TDH

Romtec Utilities worked with two different developers and the West Sound Utility District for the supply of a wastewater lift station.

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Kitsap County | Wastewater Pump Station
146 GPM | 46.4′ TDH

Romtec Utilities supplied a wastewater pump station to serve a residential/townhome development by Norpoint Communities in Kitsap County, Washington.

Bridge Development Partners
Bridge Development Partners | Stormwater Lift Station
50 GPM | 15.3′ TDH

For their new development, the location was in need of a Romtec Utilities stormwater lift station to collect runoff water from the building and parking lot areas.

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Broadway Business Park | Stormwater Pump Station
50 GPM | 25.4′ TDH

In the Broadway Business Park Project, Romtec Utilities supplied a stormwater pump station for a new development by Ninety/Fifty LLC.

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City of North Bend Sewer District | Wastewater Pump Station
320 GPM | 51.0′ TDH

Quadrant Homes selected Romtec Utilities to design and supply a wastewater lift station that would satisfy the both the design criteria of the district and the needs of the development.

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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.

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Takara Sake USA Inc. | Food-Process Pump Station
400 GPM

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.

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Clark Regional Wastewater District | Industrial Sewer Lift Station
82 GPM | 19.7′ TDH

Located at the northeastern edge of Vancouver on NE 117th Ave, this lift station will service a small industrial development as the city continues to grow and push its borders out. The Nielsen Industrial Subdivision that the sewer lift station will be serving involves roughly four acres of land for industrial construction.

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Portside Phase III | Industrial Wastewater Lift Station
100 GPM | 22′ TDH

The Portside Phase 3 project was part of a new industrial development by Specht Development. Located in Vancouver, Washington, this industrial development was in need of a wastewater lift station and Perlo Construction, the awarded general contractor, brought this opportunity to Romtec Utilities.

City of Port Orchard Washington
City of Port Orchard | Replacing Old Lift Stations with Efficient Designs
3800 GPM | 142′ TDH

The McCormick Lift Station #1 is an impressive site; on site are a 10’ inner diameter (ID) wet well, a precast rectangular dry pit, a fiberglass storage tank, a meter vault, a davit crane, a backup generator, and a control building to house the NEMA 12MCC controls and the Allen-Bradley CompactLogix controller.

Port of Tacoma Washington
Port of Tacoma | Stormwater Pump Stations at Shipping Port
1090-1430 GPM | 25.6′-31.6′ TDH

The Port of Tacoma required three pump stations to send untreated stormwater through onsite water treatment systems. All stormwater that enters the marina will first travel through one of these three systems before being treated to improve the water quality at the port.

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Northshore Utility District | Wet-Dry Lift Station for Residential Development
153 GPM | 130′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was contacted to provide the design and supply of a sewer lift station to connect 12 newly constructed homes in the Seattle metropolitan area.

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Sammamish Plateau Water | Wastewater Lift Station for Residential Development
141 GPM | 185′ TDH

The construction of the Cedar Hill housing development in Sammamish, Washington required a wastewater lift station to connect new homes into the existing sewer infrastructure.

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United Natural Foods Inc. | Combined Private and Public Sewer Lift Station
187 GPM | 32.8′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was hired to design and supply a wastewater lift station to expand the sewer infrastructure in Ridgefield, WA. The lift station was for an expansion of a commercial distribution center for United Natural Foods, Inc. or UNFI. Clark Regional Wastewater District, CRWWD, is the local water authority and needed to expand its sewer system for future residential development in this area of Ridgefield

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Battleground School District | Wastewater Lift Station for School Improvement
127 GPM | 103.4′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was asked to design and supply a wastewater lift station for the Battleground School District in Southern Washington. The new pumping system was one aspect of a large facilities improvement project for the school grounds and would be owned by the school district.

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City of Vancouver | Wastewater Packaged Pump Station
272 GPM | 161.3′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was contacted to provide a package wastewater lift station for Columbia Palisades, a mixed-use development in Vancouver, Washington. This large development project by Airpark Development will transform 84-acres of an old rock quarry into an urban neighborhood with residential units, commercial spaces, and offices.

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Clark Regional Wastewater District | Wastewater Lift Station
392 GPM | 88.6′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was contacted to provide the design and supply of a wastewater lift station as a complete package for a new housing development in Vancouver, Washington. The location of the development required Romtec Utilities to adhere to the robust design standards of the Clark Regional Wastewater District (CRWWD) for new lift stations.

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Snohomish County | Estuary Restoration Pump Station
4170 GPM | 26.5′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed, supplied, and manufactured a powerful stormwater pump station with an integrated control building. The pump station was installed as part of a large estuary restoration project and is used to prevent inland flooding.

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Kitsap County | Wastewater Packaged Pump Station
130 GPM | 61.4′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was hired to provide the design and supply of a wastewater lift station for Settlers Field, a new residential development in Bremerton, Washington, across the sound from Seattle.

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North Bend Cottages | Stormwater Pump Station for Small Housing Development
130 GPM | 12.5′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a stormwater pump station for a small housing development in North Bend, Washington.

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Hanford Site | Top Slab Retrofits

A secure Department of Energy facility in Richland, Washington required multiple top slabs to retrofit existing pump stations.

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Kitsap County | Wastewater Lift Stations on the Manchester Shoreline
210 GPM | 34′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was contacted to design and supply three new wastewater lift stations for the Manchester residential area on the Kitsap Peninsula.

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Clark Regional Wastewater District | Wastewater Lift Station for Residential Development
258 GPM | 94.7′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a wastewater lift station for a new residential development in the City of Ridgefield, Washington. The development and lift station will be completed in phases to meet the growing flow rates of the service area.

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City of Puyallup | Abandoned Lift Station Retrofit
362 GPM | 40.5′ TDH

A residential development project in 2008 needed a new lift station to handle medium flows of sewage from the houses. The development was put on hold, and in 2013, Romtec Utilities supplied equipment to make the lift station operational.

City of Stanwood
City of Stanwood | Fully Integrated Lift Station and Control Building
160 GPM | 44′ TDH

The Mineral Point housing development in the City of Stanwood, Washington required a wastewater lift station to convey sewage to treatment for newly constructed houses.

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Sammamish Plateau Water & Sewer District | Wastewater Lift Station
110 GPM | 66.5′ TDH

Romtec Utilities worked with SPWSD on a similar project to develop a new submersible lift station design standard that changed from its previous wet/dry configuration pump systems.

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Clark Regional Wastewater District | Residential Development Sewer Lift Station
330 GPM | 118′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed, engineered, and manufactured a package wastewater lift station for a new housing development in Ridgefield, Washington.

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Kitsap County | Wastewater Lift Stations for Residential Community
195-265 GPM | 21′-37′ TDH

Romtec Utilities provided 3 wastewater lift stations for Manchester Residential Area outside of Seattle, WA.

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Sammamish Plateau | Water District Prefabricated Meter Vault

An existing wastewater lift station owned by the Sammamish Plateau Water and Sewer District in Washington needed a new meter vault to track flows of sewage into an interceptor. The new meter vault was completely prefabricated by Romtec Utilities into a precast concrete vault structure, and it also includes a bypass line intended to bypass the existing lift station during maintenance and an eventual replace scheduled in upcoming years.

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Clark Regional Wastewater District | Municipal Wastewater Lift Station Standard
350 GPM | 116′ TDH

A new residential development in Ridgefield, Washington needed a wastewater lift station to handle medium flows of sewage from the new houses. 23 hp Flygt submersible pumps were engineered in a duplex configuration to meet the expected peak flow rates.

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McCormick Woods | Golf Course Community Development Lift Station
100 GPM | 104.9′ TDH

In Port Orchard, Washington, new residential developments have been ongoing around the McCormick Woods Golf Course. The most recent development required a new lift station to handle medium flows of sewage for 200 new homes.

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Port of Vancouver | Port Expansion Sewer System
100 GPM | 18.4′ TDH

To accommodate new rails line and a new administration building, the Port of Vancouver needed a new lift station to handle medium flows of sewage from the new facility.

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City of Bremerton | Modern Residential Development
160 GPM | 118′ TDH

The City of Bremerton needed a new sewer lift station to handle medium flows of wastewater from a new residential development.

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Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Development | Municipal Design Standards
115 GPM | 57.3′ TDH

A new housing development in the City of Snoqualmie needed this wastewater lift station to handle low sewage flows and meet the City’s design standards.

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Clark Regional Wastewater District | Jessie Hollow Residential Development
124 GPM | 35′ TDH

Krippner Homes needed a new lift station to handle medium flows of sanitary sewer from a new residential development.

City of Port Orchard Washington
City of Port Orchard | Residential Development Wastewater Lift Station
200 GPM | 64′ TDH

The McCormick Woods northern development purchased this lift station configured to meet the medium flow requirements for municipal sewage. This package lift station was needed because of the uneven terrain surrounding the development. Two submersible solids handling pumps pump to a below-grade valve assembly containing the lift station valves and access ports. A sheltered PLC control panel utilizes a pressure transducer for primary liquid level-sensing with backup float controls. The panel is tied to an onsite generator for emergency backup power.

City of Kelso WA
City of Kelso | Submersible Wastewater Lift Station
308 GPM | 112′ TDH

A new development for a commercial park needed this wastewater lift station to connect the development to the municipal sewer system. Submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration were engineered to meet the medium flow high head conditions of the force main. This system needs to pump at a predefined flow rate in order to achieve the minimum force to reach the existing municipal sewer lines. The lift station control panel is a UL listed panel with redundant float controls wired for intrinsically safe use.

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Battleground School District | Septic System Replacement Lift Station
80 GPM | 28′ TDH

When a public high school decommissioned an existing septic system, a replacement package lift station was needed to handle the sewage from the campus. Tsurumi submersible cutter pumps were used to pass most solids and cut larger solids into passable sizes (about 1¼” diameter). The pumps also meet the low flow low head requirements for the new 3” PVC force main. The manhole and below grade valve vault are traffic rated. The outdoor control panel was mounted on the existing support structure for the decommissioned septic.

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City of Battle Ground, Washington | Triplex Lift Station Design
3155 GPM | 46.2′ TDH

City of Battle Ground, Washington – Triplex Lift Station Design Project Assets DRAWINGS SITE-PLANS DESIGN PANEL DESIGN Project Description This stormwater lift station was designed for the City of Battle Ground to support the “now and future” needs of a developing area. This was achieved by designing the system to operate with large submersible pumps in a triplex configuration to meet the expected “future” flow rates.

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Seattle Parks and Recreation, South Lake Union Park | Sewer Lift Station
145 GPM | 20.8′ TDH

A renovation of South Lake Union Park required a package lift station configured to meet the medium sewage flow requirements for a municipal and commercial wastewater system. Submersible solids handling pumps in a duplex configuration are protected from turbulence and cascading influent by a drop bowl. A separate below-grade valve vault holds the valves, gauges, indicators, and actuators. A UL listed control panel utilizes float controls for primary and backup liquid level-sensing and is housed in a nearby control building.

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City of Wenatchee | Wastewater Lift Station Replacement
375 GPM | 125′ TDH

This municipal lift station replacement was configured to handle medium flows of sewage from a large area of Wenatchee, Washington. This deep wet well was constructed from precast concrete and includes Tnemec interior coating. Vaughan Chopper Pumps in a duplex configuration were selected to macerate solids and alternate pumping cycles. A PLC with a touchscreen interface provides an easy and flexible control panel. The primary level-sensing device is a pressure transducer with floats backup level-sensing. This control panel also uses soft starters to reduce current inrush to the 30 hp pumps.

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Stevens Pass Ski Resort | Fast Lift Station Retrofit
65 GPM | 35′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed and supplied this wastewater lift station retrofit to meet the medium sewage flows at the Steven’s Pass Ski Resort. A major part of the retrofit supply package were two Vaughan submersible chopper pumps for wastewater. The electrical controls were the next significant portion of the retrofit. The PLC controller included a touchscreen HMI with autodialer telemetry and SCADA options to communicate with the resort treatment plant. This communication provides advance notification for the treatment plant as the lift station is nearly inaccessible during winter months.

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Sammamish Plateau Water and Sewer District | Residential Development Lift Station
85 GPM | 75′ TDH

This medium flow sewage lift station was designed for a new development to meet the Sammamish Plateau Water and Sewer District lift station design standards. These standards specify a PLC controller with touchscreen HMI, SCADA options, a precast concrete valve vault, wet well, meter vault, and duplex submersible pumps. In addition to these design standards, this lift station needed to tie-in to an existing force main owned by the District. Romtec Utilities provided the tie-in force main designs and calculations as well as VFDs (variable frequency drives) to match the changing flow and pressure conditions of the existing force main.

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University of Washington, Husky Stadium | Stadium Sewer Lift Station
346 GPM | 40′ TDH

The renovation of the University of Washington’s Husky Stadium required a new lift station to handle medium flows of wastewater. Robust, 10hp Vaughan Chopper pumps were used in a duplex configuration to macerate solids and to pump under unpredictable conditions. The lift station, valve vault, and the access hatches were designed as traffic rated to accommodate loading/unloading next to the main grandstand. The UL listed control panel starts, stops, and alternates each pump cycle at levels measured by Noltaniva float sensors.

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Tesoro Corporation | Oil/Water Separator Stormwater Pump Station
400 GPM | 30′ TDH

A remote Tesoro Corporation industrial site needed this stormwater pump station to handle water discharged from an oil/water separator which processes on-site runoff. Submersible centrifugal pumps were used in a duplex configuration in this shallow wet well. The 7.5 hp Ebara explosion-proof pumps were sized to meet low flow, medium head conditions for stormwater. Check valves and plug valves were integrated into the discharge piping in the well for a simple and cost-effective design. The precast concrete wet well and the access hatch are both pedestrian rated.

City of Camas Washington
City of Camas | High Head Sewer Lift Station
126 GPM | 206′ TDH

In order to expand the municipal sewer system, this lift station was configured to pump to an existing gravity line flowing to treatment. A 24-foot-deep by 10-foot-diameter wet well collects the sewage flows. The wastewater is pumped at 120 gpm 10,000 lineal feet of 10” force main against 206’ TDH with 23 hp high head submersible solids handling pumps. A sheltered control panel utilizes an intrinsically safe barrier for in-well electrical, such as the pressure transducer and conductive probe for primary and backup level controls.

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City of Camas, Washington | High Flow Lift Station at Residential Development
415 GPM | 117′ TDH

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.

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Microsoft Columbia Data Center | Identical Wastewater Lift Stations
120 GPM | 70′ TDH

Four identical lift stations were supplied to address sewage and cooling process wastewater from this commercial facility. This was the final of four lift stations supplied to Microsoft’s 70-acre data center. Aircraft rated hatches are included for each lift station to handle heavy forklift traffic. Ebara submersible sewer pumps handle the medium flow and average head condition of the system. An outdoor UL listed control panel utilizes an intrinsically safe barrier for in-well electrical controls and utilizes float controls for liquid level-sensing.

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Microsoft Columbia Data Center | Aircraft Rated Lift Stations
120 GPM | 60′ TDH

This large commercial facility needed identical lift stations to manage wastewater in the form of sanitary sewer and discharge water from the cooling processes. This was the second of four Romtec Utilities lift stations supplied to Microsoft’s 70-acre data center. Aircraft rated hatches are included for each lift station to handle heavy forklift traffic. Outside the sump, two valve cans provide access to the below-grade check valves. An outdoor UL listed control panel utilizes an intrinsically safe barrier for in-well electrical controls and utilizes float controls for liquid level-sensing.

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Microsoft Columbia Data Center | Duplicate Wastewater Lift Stations
180 GPM | 40′ TDH

This package lift station was configured to meet the medium sewage flow requirements of a commercial wastewater system. This was the first of four lift stations supplied to Microsoft’s 70-acre data center. Aircraft rated hatches are included for each lift station to handle heavy forklift traffic. Outside the sump, two valve cans provide access to the below-grade check valves. An outdoor UL listed control panel utilizes an intrinsically safe barrier for in-well electrical controls and utilizes float controls for liquid level-sensing.

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Microsoft Columbia Data Center | Mixed Commercial Wastewater
120 GPM | 60′ TDH

To handle a combination of sewer and cooling process wastewater, this commercial facility purchased four identical Romtec Utilities package lift stations. This was the third of four lift stations supplied to Microsoft’s 70-acre data center. Aircraft rated hatches are included for each lift station to handle heavy forklift traffic. Valve cans provide easy access to the below grade check valves with much less material costs than a valve vault. An outdoor UL listed control panel includes floats for level controls and an intrinsically safe barrier for in-well electrical controls.

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British Petroleum Cherry Point Refinery | Industrial Stormwater Runoff
350 GPM | 30′ TDH

This package lift station handles the medium flows of stormwater and process water drainage at this oil refinery. A stormwater plan is required at most industrial facilities and BP proactively chose a reliable lift station to manage its environmental footprint. Duplex submersible centrifugal pumps and a below grade valve assembly comprise the major underground components of this system. An outdoor control panel utilizes float controls and an ultrasonic transducer for primary and backup liquid level-sensing.

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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. Two submersible solids handling pumps were included in the original supply, but the mounting hardware for a third pump in a triplex configuration was included to allow easy expansion as more condos are constructed. An outdoor control panel is protected by a shelter and utilizes a pressure transducer and backup floats for liquid level-sensing.

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Clark County Regional Wastewater District | Wastewater Lift Station
198 GPM | 51′ TDH

This package lift station was designed to meet municipal standards for medium sewage flows at this new commercial complex. The duplex pump configuration and solids-handling pumps provide suitable preventative measures for a reliable and long-term wastewater lift station. The below-grade valve assembly included swing check valves, a pigging port, and flow meters. An on-site permanent generator and sheltered outdoor PLC control panel provide robust and programmable lift station controls. An ultrasonic transducer and a two float backup comprise the liquid level sensing controls.

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US Army, Fort Lewis, Washington | Industrial Water Lift Station
100 GPM | 10′ TDH

This package lift station in Fort Lewis was configured to meet the medium flow requirements for a federal industrial process system with stormwater to treatment. Submersible centrifugal pumps are protected from turbulence by a drop bowl. A below-grade concrete electrical vault holds the disconnect panel and electrical connections. A drain-pipe allows this vault to double as a stormwater drain for the area around the lift station. An outdoor UL listed control panel includes a basic alarm, floats for liquid level-sensing, and a NEMA rated enclosure.

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U.S. Department of Energy, Hanford, Washington | 2704 HV Complex
180 GPM | 20′ TDH

This package lift station was designed to meet the medium sewage flow requirements of an industrial and commercial lift station. The duplex pump configuration and solids-handling pumps provide suitable preventative measures for a reliable and long-term wastewater lift station.

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Clark County Regional Water District | Municipal Sewer Lift Station
325 GPM | 48′ TDH

This lift station was designed to meet the medium sewage flow requirements of a municipal lift station. The duplex pump configuration and backup level sensing provide suitable redundancy for a reliable and long-term wastewater lift station. Solids-handling pumps designed for wastewater were supplied to eliminate clogging concerns. A sheltered outdoor PLC control panel provides robust and programmable lift station controls. This lift station also includes a permanent on-site generator to guarantee continued system operation.