Romtec Utilities worked with two different developers and the West Sound Utility District for the supply of a wastewater lift station.
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.
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.
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.
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.
- Page 1 of 2