Sewage bypass pumps are used to temporarily divert sewage flow from one area to another. The Northeast United States, rust belt States, Northwest, Ontario, Canada and British Columbia, Canada are areas that are undergoing significant infrastructure improvements to aging sewer line and wastewater treatment facilities. WWTP digesters, sewer lift stations and sewer lines are being repaired or replaced. Community investment projects like this require pumps to continue pumping sewage while an area is under maintenance. Wastecorp will review the following critical questions with you before your sewer bypass operation begins:
· What is the peak flow?
· How long will maintenance require a bypass?
· What is the sewer pipe dimension?
· How long will maintenance be performed on the sewers?
· Is there a temporary area for placing bypass pumping equipment?