Every Sewer Bypass Project is Different

This content is sponsored by Xylem Inc. Sponsored content is authorized by the client and does not necessarily reflect the views of COLE Publishing. View our privacy policy.
Every Sewer Bypass Project is Different

When Monroe County, New York, which serves both a large residential population and the nearby campus of the Rochester Institute of Technology, needed to upgrade one of its lift stations, they faced a number of challenges. An extremely varied flow, ranging from 1.5 mgd in the off-season up to a peak of 12 mgd, required a bypass system with a high degree of adaptability. At the same time, this lift station bypass was located in a dense residential area, so noise control was critical.

Click here to read the full case study on the Monroe County project and more information about Xylem’s expertise in sewer bypass.



Visit the Xylem Inc. Storefront


Discussion

Comments on this site are submitted by users and are not endorsed by nor do they reflect the views or opinions of COLE Publishing, Inc. Comments are moderated before being posted.