Wastecorp is a railway industry pump manufacturer. We manufacture pumps for the needs of transit authorities, locomotive
manufacturers, train stations, train maintenance applications and more. From pumping locomotive waste oil to
restroom septic pumping and on-site facility wastewater treatment, Wastecorp pump products provide innovative
solutions for commercial railways and public transportation authorities. Select from sewage pumps or pump out
systems that are designed for heavy use, high traffic rail stations, train stations or locomotive maintenance
bays. At Wastecorp Pumps we have the capabilities, and dedication to deliver on your green initiatives, your service expectations,
and your wastewater, sanitation or railway tanker pumping needs every single day.
Restroom Sanitation:Custom pump out systems for commuter train rest room septic tanks
Service Vehicles: Fixed vehicle tank systems (shown right) or Wastecorp's convenient trailer mounted
Tanker Unloading: Wastecorp offers a number of solutions from tanker unloading including water, petroleum,
chemicals, grains and more. The
Mud Sucker diaphragm pump series is a low maintenance, long life cycle pump line for tanker fluid transfer
On site Sewage Treatment: Select from a variety of
wastewater pumping solutions for fixed railway pump installations
Potable Water Delivery: Wastecorp's water trailer products provide potable water services for locomotives.
We serve the pump out needs of Amtrak, Union Pacific Corp., Kansas City Southern, CSX, MTA NYC Transit, Metra Chicago,
Toronto Transit Commission, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, NJ Transit, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority and more
SST contacted Wastecorp Pumps to receive proposals for a dust control system at its Dickinson, North Dakota freight terminal operations. SST specifications called for two high capacity water trailers with the ability to fill the tank from a fire hydrant. We built SST’s water trailers with triple axles to safely haul up to 1635 gallons each. The elliptical leg tanks were secured with steel bands for the ultimate in load stability. We also included a valve control system for both suction and discharge.