About Your E/One Grinder Pump
The grinder pump installed at your home (either in the basement or in the yard) grinds up wastewater and pumps it to a septic tank (or other treatment system) or a sewer main. E/One Sewer systems offer lower costs, less disruption to the landscape, greater reliability and protection for the environment.
Find more information about your E/One grinder pump in our Frequently Asked Questions section or download our grinder pump Owners Guide.
What Does the Grinder Pump Look Like in my Yard?
The grinder pump station has a green lid that is visible. Here is how a properly installed grinder pump station should look:
Case Study: Replacing Septic Tanks with Central Sewer Service
Peralta, New Mexico, was concerned with aging and failing septic tanks and cesspools. As an agricultural area with high groundwater, the town required a central sewer system that would work with existing homes and infrastructure, including irrigation canals that wind through the town. After evaluating gravity sewer, vacuum sewer and low pressure sewer, Peralta chose a low pressure sewer system and E/One grinder pumps:
Grinder Pump Service and Repair
Under normal household use, you should not need service for several years. Visit our grinder pump service page for to find an authorized E/One grinder pump service provider.
Contact us if you have any questions.