One of the topics that we often review at Wastecorp is customers requesting low shear pumps that don’t completely destroy the fluid or solids being pumped. With a low shear pump the fluid is pumped [...]
Updating the pump out equipment at your marina can be easier with a grant through the Clean Vessel Act. You can benefit from the Clean Vessel Act which provides grants to States for the construction/ [...]
Hi, our construction company has three of your Mud Sucker Diaphragm Pumps, six Homelite, diaphragm pumps, two AMT pumps and three Mud Hog Model 305 E and 404. Can we get rebuild kits from Wastecorp for these diaphragm pumps? Thank you, Dave
Hi, we just bought a marina in Maryland and the pump out we have needs replacement. We are planning on expanding the marina with about 50 more boat slips which will bring our total to about 121. What we would like to explore is a marine vacuum pump out system that can pump out more than one boat at a time. We got quotes on peristaltic marine pumps and my buddy who has a marina doesn’t like them; so that’s out. The previous marina owner also told us that more boaters are pumping out disposable wipes and other weird things in their boat holding tanks that makes having strong suction a necessity. We would like information on vacuum pumps that can sit on a dock and compare what a portable unit would cost. The idea is that we could use the mobile pump out during public holidays when the demand for a pump out is high
Pumping wastewater in Nassau County NY poses unique challenges. First the county borders Long Island Sound to the North and the Atlantic ocean to the south which can bring variations in both weather and the types of wastewater that need to be pumped. Nassau County is home to over 1.3 million residents with a mix of suburban residents and vacation properties.
Pulp and paper processors, saw mills and carton companies have a challenge in finding the right pumping equipment for various parts of their processes. Mineral processing, log washing, fan pumps, effluent sumps and hot pond transfer are just some of the applications this industry faces. Operators often do not have all the information needed to select the right size and style of pumps needed for this variety of pumping needs around their facility.