Case Study

Wastewater Utility Gains Clog-Resistant Lift Stations With Prefabricated Fiberglass Units

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The city of Haverhill, MA, a community of 68,000, shares much in common with the sewage infrastructure of other long-established New England municipalities. Unfortunately, not only does Haverhill share much of the same infrastructure, it has been plagued with the same frequent, costly clogging issues.

Haverhill's collection system consists of 35 pump stations along more than 987,000 linear feet of 8- to 72-inch gravity pipe and 4- to 42- inch force mains. More than 143,000 linear ft. of the collection system originated in the late 1800's and included over 295,000 linear feet of combined sanitary and storm waterlines.

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