sanitary pump Articles

  • Membrane Bioreactor for Sanitary Landfill

    The Problem The county of Warren NJ owns and operates a sanitary landfill in Oxford Twp, NJ. The facility generates an average of 50,000 gallons per day of leachate, with peaks to 100,000 gallons per day. The facility was discharging to a local POTW from their lagoon, but they were facing requirements for nitrogen removal from the POTW and needed a new system to provide ...


    By Dynatec Systems Inc.

  • Lessons Learned from Large Diameter Sanitary Sewer Pipe Bursting Project: Conversion of Abandoned Gravity Sewer Main Into Upsized Sanitary Force Main South San Francisco, CA

    ABSTRACTAs an increasing number of large diameter pipe bursting jobs are attempted, more is being learned about the capabilities and potential of pneumatic pipe bursting. The large diameter pipe bursting project in South San Francisco is one of the most challenging and innovative bursting projects ever attempted in North America. It is being heralded as a landmark pipe bursting job. ...

  • Case study - QED pumps are the pumps of choice at North America’s largest landfill

    The Puente Hills Landfill in Los Angeles County, California, is the largest operating landfill in North America based on daily tonnage received.  Located in an unincorporated area of Los Angeles County near Whittier, California, it is owned and operated by the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County.  It has received approximately 118 million tons of solid waste as of April 2008, ...


    By Geotech

  • Liquid ring pumps is the heart for conveying fish - Case Study

    Liquid ring pumps are real survivors. Fish Processors would be hard pressed to live without them. With other forms of vacuum pumps being made, Liquid Ring vacuum pumps have proven to be the most reliable. Statement by Jon Ellison Project Manager at Marel, Seattle USA With many years of experience designing and building fish processing systems I can tell you that Liquid Ring Vacuum Pumps have been ...


    By Samson Pumps A/S

  • There’s No Use Crying Over Spilled Sewage: Using Standby Lift Station Pumps to Prevent SSOs before They Happen

    Power outages and unforeseen mechanical failures create the potential for system distress and sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) in wastewater collection and treatment systems. In accordance with a lawsuit initiated by Mobile Bay Watch (Mobile, Alabama), the Mobile Area Water and Sewer System (MAWSS) chose to install an automatic dry priming backup system to increase system reliability and enable ...

  • Moyno 2000 Model G2 Progressing Cavity Pump features open throat design

    Moyno, Inc. offers the Moyno 2000 Model G2 Progressing Cavity Pump. This versatile, high-performance pump features an open throat hopper design with an auger for positive product feed when handling semi-dry or high solids content sludges. The 2000 Model G2 Pump features Moyno's crown gear-type universal joint - the heaviest duty drive train configuration available in the industry. It is capable ...


    By Moyno, Inc.

  • City of Hamilton, Ontario Wastewater Treatment Plant Chooses Moyno’s New Urethane Stators to Increase Pump Life

    Springfield, Ohio The City of Hamilton, Ontario Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTP) collect both sanitary and combined sewage (wastewater). The collection system services not only the City of Hamilton, but also the surrounding areas including the towns of Dundas, Ancaster, Water Down, Glanbrook Township, and the former City of Stoney Creek. The City of Hamilton’s Woodward Avenue WWTP began ...


    By Moyno, Inc.

  • Technology Emphasis: Hurricane Help

    The past decade has ravaged Florida from its panhandle to the Keys, with five major hurricanes. In 2010, the city of Tallahassee determined that, for several of its master sanitary pump stations, adequate backup pumping capacity was necessary to continue basic services during the types of power outages that the hurricane seasons of previous years had brought. As a result, the city of Tallahassee ...


    By Griffin Dewatering

  • Protecting Homes from Sewage Backup - Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati’s Water in Basement Prevention Program

    ABSTRACT Many customers of the Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSDGC) have experienced basement backup due to surcharging of the sanitary and combined sewer systems. The surcharging was caused by excessive infiltration and inflow entering the sanitary sewer system and a lack of capacity in the combined sewer system. As part of the Consent Decree that MSDGC signed with the ...

  • Ground-breaking innovation in rainwater harvesting

    Rainwater harvesting has for centuries been performed using simple methods. At the start of the 1990s, the first companies began launching standardised components on the German market. In 1997, at the leading international trade fair for sanitary, heating and climate control technology, the ISH, INTEWA was one of the first companies to present a complete station for rainwater harvesting. The ...


    By INTEWA GmbH

  • Wastewater master plan - south of Missouri river

    Client: Kansas City, Mo.   Completion Date: 1999   Services Provided Collection system modeling Pumping station analysis Combined and sanitary sewer wet weather flow management Project Summary  Burns & McDonnell performed a master plan of wastewater facilities for Kansas City, ...


    By Burns & McDonnell

  • Another Sewer from Hell - The City of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada Experience

    ABSTRACTThe City of Richmond has a population of approximately 180,000 and is located on a flood plain at approximately sea level. These physical attributes present numerous challenges with underground utility design, including sanitary sewers. On January 21, 2005 the City declared a local state of emergency near the intersection of No. 3 Road at Cook Road due to the development of a large ...

  • Low pressure sewer system for affluent existing neighborhood

    The River Oaks subdivision is an affluent, mature residential community located in Fairfax, County Virginia which includes 114 existing single family dwelling units with individual septic tank drainfields. The Fairfax County Health Department determined that several drainfields have failed and expressed concern that others would soon fail. In order to prevent the health and environmental problems ...

  • Wetland Biofilter System provides year-round, cost effective treatment to over 1.5 million litres of wastewater

    The success of early surface flow treatment wetlands in Canada was limited by hydraulic blockages and oxygen limitation due to freezing. From 1991 to 1996, Dr. Edgar Lemon, with the Friends of Fort George, researched a sub-surface vertical flow constructed wetland treating lagoon effluent at Niagara-on-the-Lake, funded by the Ontario Ministry of Environment (MOE) and the United States ...


    By Baum Publications Ltd.

  • The Monitoring and Pre-treatment of Brewery Trade Waste Prior to Discharge: Carlton & United Brewery

    Carlton United Brewery installed a Trade Waste Monitoring System to analyse the temperature, flows, pH and chemical compounds in their trade wastewater. This cleaner production initiative was a licensing condition of the Northern Territory's Power and Water Authority (PAWA). As a result of the pretreatment, CUB is able to discharge their brewery wastewater to sewer. Background ...


  • Case Study: Barboursville, the “Best Little Village in the state,” just got better

    Barboursville, which bills itself as the “Best Little Village in the State of West Virginia,” has just completed an impressive upgrade to its wastewater treatment lagoon.  What makes the upgrade impressive?  Try this: Increased capacity of the existing lagoon from 600,000 gpd to 1,500,000 gpd. Had no disruption of treatment during construction. Total project costs of less than ...


    By Environetics, Inc.

  • Identifying and Strengthening “Weak Links” in the Fog Management Chain

    ABSTRACTRecently, EPA presented statistics that cited grease accumulation in sewers as the leading cause of sewer blockages resulting in sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs). Such blockages can be attributed to fats, oils, and grease (FOG) discharged from food preparation and manufacturing facilities, concentrated residential areas, and even single family homes. Municipalities and wastewater system ...

  • More Power. More Control.

    Cuyahoga County pumps value to its community through greater control, standardization and technological advancements. Cuyahoga County is the most populous county in Ohio, with nearly 1.4 million residents. Part of Greater Cleveland, the county is named after a Native American word meaning "crooked river." With more than 63% of its total area made up of water, the county strives to foster strong ...


    By Gorman-Rupp Co.

  • Good bugs and bad bugs

    Ugh, what IS that smell? is usually a question for which no one really wants an answer! The real reason is to make sure the person asking this rhetorical question is not the originator. Anyone walking by some City sewer manholes has had this experience.Beneath the streets of San Diego are literally hundreds of miles of pipes carrying human waste (sewage) from homes and businesses to sewage ...


    By Hydrologix Systems LLC

  • DelAgua Kit Case Study, Daisy Adams in The Gambia

         DELAGUA KIT CASE STUDY, DAISY ADAMS IN THE GAMBIA Daisy Adams undertook a study with Water for Africa in ...


    By DelAgua Group

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