The recent Washington Avenue Lift Station project in San Bernardino, California, began as a retrofit and ultimately ended as a full system replacement.
A secure Department of Energy facility in Richland, Washington required multiple top slabs to retrofit existing pump stations.
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.
Romtec Utilities retrofitted an existing wastewater lift station to meet rising flow rates in a neighborhood area of Ashland, Oregon.
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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