Sewage pump stations are a key component in providing the clean and healthy water we depend on for life.
Sewage pump stations play a vital role our country’s water supply. Without the pump stations, wastewater could not be moved to the treatment facilities to be cleaned and purified for reuse.
Most people take clean, fresh water for granted. We never give a thought to all that goes into making it happen. Here are some interesting and common questions you might have about sewage pump stations:
What is a sewage pump station? A sewage pump station pumps wastewater through a series of underground pipes into the sewage treatment plants where the waste is removed and the water is cleaned and purified. Once the purification process is complete, pump stations are used to discharge the water back into the community for reuse.
What is remote monitoring? Remote monitoring is the system that is used to monitor the conditions at the treatment facility. The system sends reports back to the operator through the internet with water pressure, basin levels, and temperature readings as well as other important statistics to warn of any potential problems.
Where does the processed water go? Once the wastewater is cleaned and purified it is pumped back into our lakes, rivers and other bodies of water to be released back into the community.
To find out more facts about sewage pump stations contact the professionals at W. P. Law, Inc.