Case Study

New Generation Pump Clears Clogs At City's Lift Station


The scenic community of Waupaca, Wisconsin derived its name from the translation of a Native American term meaning “clear water”. It seems doubly ironic that community wastewater passes through a facility known as the ”Crystal River” Lift Station, once notorious for its three pumps becoming clogged with filthy debris since their installation in October, 2002.


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