Case Study

Lift Stations: Attacking The 'New Sewage' With Vaughan Chopper Pumps

By Glenn Dorsch, P.E, Vaughan Co. Inc.

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The Jefferson Street Pump Station at the City of Centralia, WA had a problem demanding a cost-effective solution. According to Greg Boone, lead collection technician from Centralia:

"We pulled the [originally installed nonclog] pumps over 40 times during 2007 … it takes two employees to pull a pump, that accumulates 2 hours [4 man-hours] each time the station was visited."

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