• Monitoring Private Sewer Pumping Stations


Monitoring Private Sewer Pumping Stations

Oct 12 2012

With the adoption of Private Sewers and Lateral Drains by WaSCs in October 2011 comes the task of determining the type and location of all transferred assets. Thousands of private sewer pumping stations, often located in gardens, sheds and garages must be transferred by October 2016 and with adoption will come the task of their management.

While the early focus is on understanding the scale and the condition of these pumping stations, capital investment will undoubtedly be required to monitor their performance. Metasphere (UK) is well placed to help and offers simple outstations, some of which have DNP3 and support WITS functionality. Visit Metasphere on WWEM stand 106 this November.

A number of options will be available to WaSCs which include doing nothing and relying on customer notification of problems, installing full telemetry in line with the rest of their network, choosing a single alarm-only system, or opting for a simplified telemetry system monitoring several key signals only.

Digital Edition

International Environmental Technology 32.3 - May/June 2022

June 2022

In This Edition ICMGP Preview - ICMGP 2022 mercury conference will be ‘virtual’ - Mercury – a persistent challenge Water / Wastewater - AI supports flow measurements - Emerging...

View all digital editions



Aug 22 2022 Frankfurt, Germany

The Water Show Africa 2022

Aug 23 2022 Johannesburg, South Africa

World Water Week

Aug 23 2022 Stockholm, Sweden and online

AWRE 2022

Aug 24 2022 Sydney, Australia

Oil & Gas Asia

Aug 24 2022 Karachi, Pakistan

View all events