Case Study

Small Town Realizes Big Savings With Prefabricated Lift Stations


A quiet, friendly community situated in the heart of Saskatchewan’s wheat belt along the TransCanada Highway, the town of Herbert is home to nearly 900 residents. The predominately residential community serves as a service center for the surrounding agricultural area, which includes cereal, grains and mixed farming.

For years, the town relied on two aging lift stations to transport wastewater to its treatment plant, but by 2017, the lift stations were physically deteriorating and lacked modern monitoring and control capabilities. 

In this case study, learn why the town replaced its existing lift stations with two Xylem Flygt pre-engineered TOP fiberglass stations equipped with Concertor pumps and MultiSmart controllers. 

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