A sewer bypass pump diverts or reroutes sewage and other waste from a construction site during repair work. These systems can prevent service interruptions for clients, ensuring they can use facilities while the project is in progress.
Depending on the project’s scope – such as the number of businesses or homes in the neighborhood – the sewer bypass pump should be capable of bypassing thousands of gallons of sewage per minute. The pump bypass also needs to handle the current or peak drainage flow and account for emergencies.
With any sewage bypass plan, there are three factors to consider:
Technology for bypass pumping has evolved in the last two decades. This evolution has created some alternatives, including cost-efficient turnkey bypass pumping systems that offer additional benefits, including:
Repair projects can result in unexpected challenges as you get further into the project. Digging or heavy amounts of rain can cause water to pool and fill with debris. Learn how to select a trash pump for the job.
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