Orange County Waste Acceptance Facility Looks for Pump Solutions

Orange County Sewage Pumps

Orange County Sewage Pumps

Orange county is home to dozens of resorts, hotels and theme parks which generate tens of millions of gallons of wastewater that needs to be treated every year. When an Orlando, Florida renewable energy company earned a multiyear contract to accept waste from local resorts and theme parks, they needed severe duty pumps to transfer thick slurries and solids.

The details of the project called on the requirement of pumps to transfer ground up seafood shells, grease trap waste, utensils, animal renderings, wastewater and more. In this application, the waste is unloaded from a tanker into a waste pit. The waste is then transferred to a conveyor system which then separates most of the foreign objects like utensils, large solids, plastic bags and more. The remaining waste is sent through the Sludge Master plunger pump and then to the digesters of the wastewater treatment plant. With millions of people visiting Orlando resorts and theme parks every year, this amounts to a lot of waste, as tanker trucks deliver new loads of slurry like liquid waste around the clock. Continue reading

Oil Water Separator Pumps

White Castle Restaurants  Mud Sucker Diaphragm Pumps

White Castle Restaurants Mud Sucker Diaphragm Pumps

State-of-the art food processing facilities and the engineers who design them have a challenge in finding the right pumps and control panels to transfer process wastewater. This was the case for fast food restaurant chain White Castle’s innovative processing center in Ohio USA. Wastecorp worked with White Castle,  local contractor PAE and Associates  (who specialize in Wastewater treatment plant construction) and the consulting engineer on the job Facility Design Group, Atlanta.

The specifications on the project called for two of Wastecorp’s Mud Sucker 3B Series Professional Diaphragm Pumps to draw process wastewater containing fats, oils and other liquids from a 13’ deep lift station to an external rotary screen. In this sophisticated operation, the lead Mud Sucker is programmed to turn on when the wastewater reaches a depth of 5 ft. or when the wastewater reaches a liquid temperature of 82°F. The second Mud Sucker or lag pump is programmed to turn on once the wastewater reaches a depth of 6 ft. The combined pumps are programmed to operate at 100 gallons per minute with a flow meter installed on the discharge pipe to meter pumped wastewater. The Mud Suckers’ then transfer the wastewater to an external rotary screen. After screening, the wastewater flows into a PH adjustment mixing chamber where the PH is monitored and acid or base is added as required.

In this custom project, Wastecorp manufactured the Mud Sucker Diaphragm Pumps and supplied all of the control panels, and electronics based on White Castle’s current needs and made provisions for an expanding facility down the road. An advanced NEMA 4 pump control panel with touch screen display, variable speed drive, thermostat, custom plc program and hand held unit allows the operator to easily monitor and make changes to the process. An innovative Waatco over the side heater ensures that the wastewater reaches 82°F to allow for proper oil/water separation.

When it comes time to plan your wastewater transfer process, Wastecorp provides the professionally designed and engineered pumps, control panels and optional equipment needed for a long term, high quality solution. Contact us today at 1-888-829-2783 or visit us at wastecorp.com

Waste Oil and Wastewater Pumps for the Natural Gas Industry

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Pump Systems for Natural Gas and Power Generation

Honey wagon waste containment systems are used across a wide range of industries and have endless application uses. Waste containment systems are used to pump out wastewater, oil or septic waste from storage tanks, lagoons, barrels and more. The national gas industry requires honey wagons as well. From natural gas well process uses, wastewater containment and facilities management, portable waste containment systems play a valuable role in collecting wastewater and safely transporting is to an environmentally responsible dump station. With the advent of fracking, Continue reading