Pump Station Monitoring News

  1. ECS To Refurbish Three Strategic Lincolnshire Pumping Stations
    3/7/2019

    The Environment Agency has awarded a three part contract to ECS Engineering Services, which collectively upgrades the flood defence capability of the low lying Isle of Axhome region of North Lincolnshire.

  2. Best In Education As University Of Mali Chooses Landia Pumps
    1/22/2019

    Despite being ranked as one of the world’s most economically challenged nations, the West African country of Mali has opted to install four top quality pumps at a new university campus in the country’s capital, Bamako.

  3. Fine To Flush – A Major New Development In The Fight Against Fatbergs
    1/11/2019

    The fight against fatbergs has received a major boost with the publication of a new official standard identifying which wet wipes can be flushed down toilets safely.

  4. EPA Provides $47.7M Loan To The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District For Water Infrastructure Upgrades
    12/20/2018

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $47.7M Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District in Missouri to help finance its Deer Creek Sanitary Tunnel and Sanitary Relief project.

  5. HDR’s Rodriguez Succeeds Plattsmier As PSP Director
    12/12/2018

    Albert Rodriguez has been promoted to director of pump stations and pipelines for water. He succeeds John Plattsmier who is retiring.

  6. Grundfos Launches Innovative Pumping Solution To Aid Malaysia’s Flood Management Efforts
    11/29/2018

    Pump manufacturer Grundfos is launching an innovative solution in Malaysia to help meet its growing flood management needs, which has cost the country catastrophic damages over the years.

  7. Technical Insight Vastly Reduces Costs Of Pumping Station Overhaul
    11/13/2018

    Finding the most effective solution to upgrade a pumping station can be a complex process. Striking the balance between improved performance and minimised costs requires experience and excellent technical abilities.

  8. Odor And Corrosion Control For Sewage Lines, Pump Stations, And Collection Systems
    11/1/2018

    The Gener-Ox LS process is a chemical-free technology that addresses the root cause of H2S odor and corrosion problems in sewage transport. The process is completed by converting sewage flow from anaerobic to an aerobic biology.

  9. Sulzer Launches Its Next Generation Intelligent Pump Controller For Monitoring And Controlling A 2-Pump Sewage Station
    10/9/2018

    EC 531 is an all-in-one unit for control and monitoring of sewage pumping stations with one or two pumps. The equipment controller ensures increased efficiency and reliability of municipal pumping stations and supports all aspects of the LCC (life cycle costs) calculations. It offers straightforward control and monitoring via floats or advanced control via a continuous level signal. EC 531 is also equipped with smart VFD control including PID and BEP, which save energy, and equipment costs.

  10. Full-Scale Deployment Of Next Filtration’s FOG STOP By Severn Trent Water
    9/24/2018

    Severn Trent has signed an important new agreement with Next Filtration to allow full-scale deployment of its Next FOG STOP technology, which reduces the build-up of FOG (fats, oils and grease) in sewers.