Case Studies

Blogs, Case Studies | June 18, 2024

Minimizing Maintenance Costs by Right-Sizing Dry Weather Pumps

Overview: The Norchester Pump Station was rebuilt in 2016 with dedicated dry weather and wet weather pumps. Between 2016 and 2018, the dry weather pumps required more than 5,000 hours of labor and $20,000 in parts for corrective maintenance due to pump ragging and pump failures. These pumps were replaced with smaller, properly sized pumps in late 2018 and have operated without significant issues since saving time and labor and increasing the reliability of the station.

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Blogs, Case Studies | March 28, 2024

An IoT Approach to Improving Wastewater Facility Operational Efficiency

Overview: This case study has altered the names of the county and business partners involved. Roadrunner County is at the heart of Arizona’s major commercial and academic hub. This county has taken significant steps to look after the well-being of its citizens by preserving one of the most precious resources: water. Using an IoT solution based on situational awareness, as well as a mobile workforce and decision support system, the Roadrunner County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department provides management and maintenance of the county’s sanitary sewer system.

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