Municipal Lift Station Cleaning & Repair
Any downtime to a municipal lift station due to solids and debris buildup, float issues, pump clogs or failures can cause backups and disastrous overflows leading to discharges of septic, grease or storm water into nearby homes or onto roads. The accumulation of grease and oil, in particular, can be the source of endless headaches and lead to costly repairs. Wind River Environmental provides expert municipal lift station cleaning and repair services on a planned or emergency basis.
We have the right equipment, expertise and experience to get your lift stations up and running and keep them running. A typical pump truck operates at 600 CFM with a 4-inch diameter hose. Wind River Environmental operates specialized high-velocity vacuum trucks that run at 5,500 CFM with an 8-inch diameter hose and can reach more than 70 feet down. Combined with our highly trained technicians and depth of resources, we should be your first choice for municipal lift station cleaning and repair.
Preventative Maintenance Programs
The best remedy for lift station efficiency is routine preventative maintenance. We put you on a program that ensures regular municipal lift station cleaning and maintenance. We inspect and pump out septic, grease, storm water and any solids from the mat layer on top to the heavy rocks and debris at the bottom of the tank. With regular maintenance, you can avoid costly issues.
24-Hour Emergency Service
Burned out pumps, clogged pumps or bound up floats due to debris being flushed to the sewer system can shut a lift station down and create the imminent danger of an overflow. That’s why Wind River Environmental provides 24-hour emergency service to get your system back in service and any spill cleaned up.
Municipal Lift Station Cleaning & Repair include:
- Monthly preventative maintenance programs (required by most cities and counties)
- 24-hour emergency service
- Pump sales and installation
- Submersible pump repair and rewind
- Lift station rehabilitation
- Control panel manufacturing
- Emergency pump-out service
- Post-weather event prioritization