Romtec Utilities was contacted by Texas Water Engineers (TXWE) who was the utilities engineer on the project regarding pump selection for the private development.
The Romtec Utilities pump station is just the newest addition to the clean-up efforts, which began in 1981 at the NIROP site.
A new mixed-use community development needed a stormwater pump station to handle medium flows of stormwater from the community.
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.
The Marathon Petroleum Refinery in Robinson, IL needed this new industrial process water pump station to handle its medium flows of highly acidic water combined with standard wastewater. A precast concrete sump included an interior Tnemec coating to withstand the water chemistry from a refinery testing lab. 11 hp Goulds grinder pumps were designed in a duplex configuration and included a factory epoxy coating to withstand the water chemistry. The pump station piping was designed with stainless steel components, and corrosion resistant floats were included as the liquid level sensing devices.