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Foul sewer over-pumping is a specialized process used to temporarily divert wastewater from a sewer system to prevent backups or overflows during maintenance, repair, or construction work. The process involves the following steps.


Once the assessment is complete, the necessary pumping equipment is installed at strategic points in the sewer system. This may include pumps, hoses, valves, and other
components to facilitate the diversion of wastewater.


Once the equipment is in place, the wastewater is diverted from the affected area to an alternate location, such as a manhole, holding tank or treatment plant. The pumps may be controlled by sensors or automated systems that monitor the flow of wastewater and adjust the pumping rate as needed.


Throughout the over-pumping process, the flow of wastewater is monitored to ensure that the pumping rate is sufficient to prevent backups or overflows. The monitoring system may include alarms or alerts that notify operators of any issues or changes in the system.


Once the maintenance, repair, or construction work is complete, the pumping equipment is removed, and the wastewater flow is returned to the normal system. The sewer system is then inspected by our team of experts to ensure that it is functioning properly and that any issues have been resolved. Foul sewer over-pumping is an important process to prevent backups and overflows during maintenance or repair work. It ensures that wastewater is diverted safely and efficiently and minimizes the risk of environmental contamination or public health hazards.

Requirement Over-Pumping
Specialist Service Offering Over-Pumping
Miscellaneous Civil Works
Foul Sewer / Stormwater / Sleeve
Water / Gas
Size Limitations Unlimited

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