How To Wipe Out 'Flushable' Wipes

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More than two years ago, Jefferson Parish, LA, installed Flygt Experior pumps at their worst-performing lift stations — sites that were plagued by clogging, overflows, and daily maintenance requirements. One of the main culprits was nonwoven fabrics, aka "flushable" wipes, which have become a nationwide nuisance for wastewater utilities.

How did the new pumps perform? Hear the full story below:

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Spoiler alert: There hasn't been a single clog since installation, according to Linda Daly, Director of Sewage for Jefferson Parish. Daly estimates maintenance savings of at least $20,000, as well 60 percent energy savings worth up to $6,000 more.

The trouble-free performance comes from features unique to Flygt Experior pumps, including a premium-efficiency motor and SmartRun variable-frequency drive (VFD) controls with self-cleaning functionality. Learn more about the Jefferson Parish project, the Experior's benefits, and Flygt's "no-clog guarantee" in this exclusive Water Online Radio Case Study.