Sewage pumps and lift stations are used for pumping sewage or wastewater from a low elevation to a higher one, especially when the use of gravity conveyance is hindered by the fact that you can’t dig down very far here in Southwest Florida (or if the source’s initial elevation isn’t sufficient for gravity flow). Often […]

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Lift stations contain pumps, valves, and electrical equipment necessary to pump water or waste-water from a low elevation to a high elevation. For example, a sewage lift station is used to pump sewage or waste-water uphill from a low-lying neighborhood to a collection system of pipes that will eventually run into a treatment facility. Lift […]

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Lift stations (sometimes called “pump stations”) are an essential part of modern civilization that many people simply aren’t aware of. Many people give little to no thought about how the water enters or leaves their home or office — yet there is a surprising amount of engineering (and hundreds of years of history) that goes […]

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