Grinder pumps - the heart of pressure sewer systems - are available as either centrifugal or progressing cavity designs. These pumps have significantly different performance characteristic curves, and can have notable impacts on the design, operation, and costs of pressure sewer systems. Part one of our webinar series explores the considerations and potential pitfalls on the type of pump used in pressure sewer systems. The distinct design methodologies will be discussed and the typical operation parameters such as system pressure measurements over time, pump cycle times, and pump run occurrences will be reviewed.
This is part 1 of E/One's Webinar Series: Design & Performance of Pressure Sewer Systems.
Due to the fundamental characteristics and operational parameters of pressure sewers, the design methodologies differ markedly from gravity sewers. Part two of our webinar series provides a summary of the evaluation and results validating the methodology for the design of pressure sewer systems using the Probability Method and SPD grinder pumps.
This is part 2 of E/One's Webinar Series: Design & Performance of Pressure Sewer Systems.
In today's challenging economic environment, more municipalities and engineering firms are relying on the pressure sewer solution. This is a must-see webinar for anyone searching for alternatives and improvements to traditional gravity sewer systems or for septic-to-sewer replacement projects.
This webinar will provide an overview of grinder pump systems that will educate engineers, developers, operators, and consultants. Learn how ALL-TERRAIN SEWER driven by E/One grinder pumps are applied in new sewer systems, sewer renewal projects, and are instrumental in fixing failing gravity systems.
This webinar was originally broadcast April 7, 2020.
How much does a sewer system cost? What are the life cycle costs of a sewer system? This webinar provides a holistic overview of life cycle cost analysis and the cost comparisons of pressure sewer systems to other central sewer technologies.
When evaluating wastewater collections system options, the true cost of long-term ownership has often been improperly considered. Evaluation tools, such as E/One’s Life Cycle Cost calculator, provide a planning level assessment for the evaluation of long-term life cycle costs between a low pressure sewer system and a conventional gravity sewer.
This must-see webinar will review cost and operational parameters of a project’s needs. Capturing all operational activities and basing costs on actual or historic data ensures a more complete assessment and facilitates the selection of the wastewater collection system with the most favorable life cycle costs.
The Cost Calculator tool is available in E/One's Design Center.
Advanced Design & Application of Pressure Sewer Systems
Whether you're designing a new community or replacing a failed gravity sewer system, learn how pressure sewer systems are ideal for almost any terrain: flat, wet, rocky or hilly. And discover how to sewer previously unserved areas and unlock difficult land using pressure sewer technology that is both environmentally sensitive and economically sensible.
This must-see webinar that includes design, case study, installation and O&M content, which will prove useful to anyone involved in the decision making and execution of a collection sewer program or for those searching for alternatives and improvements to traditional gravity sewer systems or for septic-to-sewer replacement projects.
In today’s challenging economic environment, more engineering firms and municipalities are relying on the pressure sewer solution. Developed more than 50 years ago, pressure sewer systems have become a viable and appropriate alternative to conventional gravity sewers and septic tanks – both for residential and non-residential applications.
Whether you’re designing a new community or replacing a failed gravity sewer system, learn how pressure sewer systems are ideal for almost any terrain: flat, wet, rocky or hilly. And discover how to sewer previously unserved areas and unlock difficult land using pressure sewer technology that is both environmentally sensitive and economically sensible.
This must-see webcast includes design, case study, installation and O&M content, which will prove useful to anyone involved in the decision making and execution of a collection sewer program or for those searching for alternatives and improvements to traditional gravity sewer systems or for septic-to-sewer replacement projects.
June 23, 2020
Providing safe, reliable and central sewer access to a home or development is no longer an option. Learn how pressure sewer is the appropriate technology for turning overlooked or challenging land parcels into thriving neighborhoods – all while reducing upfront development costs and allowing builders to quickly respond to changing market desires.
This webinar will include tips on how to retrofit existing privately sewered subdivisions with a long-term solution that benefits the residents, surrounding communities, and the environment. We’ll explore creative land planning and innovative designs to assist you through the regulatory process required to breathe new life into communities.
Through example projects, webinar attendees will learn how to overcome common design challenges posed by sanitary sewer service as well as ways to minimize earthwork costs by incorporating existing site features and topography into the design.
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Providing a Sustainable Solution for Sewer Renewal with Pressure Sewer Systems
Pressure sewer systems are gaining widespread acceptance in providing a viable, sustainable, and cost-effective solution for communities considering new wastewater collection systems, replacing failed gravity systems, or for septic-to-sewer conversions. They provide critical infrastructure with lower construction costs, fewer community disruptions, and minimal environmental impacts compared to the construction of new gravity sewer or the renewal of failed gravity systems.
Bruce Giles, General Manager of First Utility District of Knox County (FUD), and Jill Davis P.E., Senior Civil Engineer at Environment One, discuss the evolution of FUD Knox County into the successful Triple A-rated district it is today.
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