Wastecorp now offers flight wear shoes for wastewater treatment plant clarifiers and cross collectors. This is a budget saving product offered from Wastecorp’s Rub-R-Plas, plastic and tire recycling [...]
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One of the things about our honey wagon pump out systems that continues to amaze us is just how many applications our customers use them for. While originally designed for marinas, RV pump outs and locomotive holding tank pump outs
A new retrofit package for plunger pumps has become increasingly popular over the last few months at sewage treatment plants. It’s called the guided plunger assembly and its popular because we can [...]
A Pump for Volcano Eruptions?
This Wastecorp Mud-Sucker Pumps Lava (The faux kind anyway).
A new customer recently caught our attention when they requested more information on a pump to transfer lava. After a brief pause and an explanation, the customer mentioned that the pumps would be used to transfer and circulate faux lava at a new themed attraction with a focus on modern tourism.
Automatic Start Feature Now Standard on Trash-Flow TFX-3 Trash Pumps
By far the biggest request we hear from our commercial trash pump customers is that they would benefit by having a key start for their pumps. Well, Wastecorp has responded with the new Trash-Flow TFX-3 trash pump with a standard automatic start feature. And, this is only one of many new features.
Last year, Wastecorp fielded dozens of calls and e-mails from RV owners asking about an easier way to empty black water (from toilets) and grey water from wash basins and kitchen sinks. The general problem with emptying these tanks is that hoses and plastic connectors tend to leak making for a potentially unsanitary pump out environment not to mention the yuck factor. We went to work over the winter