WEF Webinar on Nondispersibles in Pump Stations – What Role Does New Technology Play?

The challenge of dealing with nondispersible wipes and debris in sewage pump stations is growing larger. More pump stations around the world are clogging with nondispersibles and they are clogging more often. The maintenance costs and safety burdens associated with deragging pumps is a growing problem. How can agencies respond?

This presentation describes a three prong approach to solving the wipes challenge. Public education and more dispersible wipes are crucial, and there’s a third important solution – new technology inside pump stations and headworks. Sewer agencies need new machines designed to handle fibrous material, prevent it from clogging pumps and get it out of the way of sewer professionals and out of the system.

This webinar will features three experts on wipes and sewer system design:

  1. An expert will describe how new pump stations are designed so they’re wipes ready.
  2. We’ll describe how retrofitting pump stations is helping sewer systems run more reliably in several cities.
  3. To wrap-up, an engineering expert from JWC will describe new grinding and screening technologies designed to resolve the wipes challenge once and for all.
  4. Finally, an open question and answer period where you can learn more from the panel of experts.

Registration link

Have questions about JWC‘s new wipes ready technologies? ask an expert

Or visit JWC’s Wipes Ready website at www.jwce.com/muni/wipes-ready-technology