A lift station is present in facilities when gravity flow is not an optimal choice due to elevation or restrictions. Lift station systems can be utilized in both sanitary and stormwater applications. Lift stations are also commonly referred to as dock pumps, sump pumps, sewage ejectors, pump stations, or lift pumps. These systems require regular inspection and maintenance to sustain proper performance despite the unique stresses your system experiences.
When these stations are not maintained, the system can back up, overheat, or fail. AQUALIS provides overall management, maintenance, and inspections of lift stations to help prevent system malfunctions. AQUALIS can customize a lift station program to meet the specific needs of our customers.
While proper maintenance can help prevent failures, no one knows when disaster will strike. This is why AQUALIS is proud to offer 24-hour emergency services. We understand the importance of keeping your lift station functioning and are dedicated to getting your system back up and running whenever an issue should arise. Please call 855.916.3960 for immediate response to your lift station emergency.
AQUALIS’ Chief Development Officer Erin Zaske recently spoke about how to prepare stormwater systems for hurricanes and other major storms on the Words on Water podcast. Words on Water is a podcast all about the water sector, presented by the Water Environment Federation, a not-for profit technical and education organization dedicated to protecting public health […]
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