Orange County Water District

Santa Ana Delhi | Orange County, CA

Hannah Duncan1,000gpm - 5,000gpm, 100-Year Storm, Collection Systems, First Flush, Flood Control, Pacific, Stormwater, Stormwater Collection, Stormwater Runoff, Treatment Plants, Wastewater, Water Reuse

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.

Bear River Band of the Rohnerville Rancheria

Tish Non Village|Eureka, CA|70 GPM - 21.6' TDH

jweddell50gpm - 100gpm, Municipal Collection, Pacific, Residential Development, Scalping & Membrane Bio-Reactor, Treatment Plants, Wastewater

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.

City of Brawley

City of Brawley Water Treatment | Brawley, CA | 1,350 GPM - 25' TDH

jweddell1,000gpm - 5,000gpm, Control Buildings Shelters, First Flush, Meter Vaults, Municipal Collection, Pacific, Process Water, Treatment Plants, Wastewater, Water Recirculation, Water Reuse

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.