The Romtec Utilities pump station is just the newest addition to the clean-up efforts, which began in 1981 at the NIROP site.
A secure Department of Energy facility in Richland, Washington required multiple top slabs to retrofit existing pump stations.
Romtec Utilities designed, engineered, and manufactured five unique lift stations for the Naval Base Kitsap in Washington.
BAE Systems, Inc. needed a new pumping system that could handle medium flows of industrial wastewater that was also skid mounted.
This wastewater lift station was designed to meet the standards of the Lakehurst Naval Air Station while remaining cost effective. A duplex pump configuration utilized submersible 7.5 HP Weil Slicer Pumps to handle suspended solids in the sewage. A UL listed control panel was designed and manufactured in a NEMA 4 enclosure for outdoor operation. Nolta floats were used for the in-well liquid level sensing. The below-grade structural components were designed and supplied precast concrete vaults painted with a marine epoxy exterior coating to prevent moisture incursion.