Waste water pumping station

   A sewage pumping station (SPS) is a cylindrical tank with submersible units such as pumps, floats, and piping. Serves for intermediate accumulation, pumping, averaging and supply of various types of waste and treated water. It is extremely difficult to overestimate the purpose of the SPS, they can be divided into two areas: technological and auxiliary. From a technological point of view, the SPS is a kind of averaging collector from which effluents are fed for further processing. When collecting and pumping, mixing and averaging of wastewater occurs, which makes it possible to smooth out abrupt changes. Also, the SPS provides a constant flow of wastewater to further stages of treatment, which ensures normal technological modes of operation. Rough cleaning also takes place in the sewage pumping station: when effluents enter the sewage pumping station, they pass through a trash basket, in which large debris is retained and large flakes settle. These measures protect the pumping equipment and reduce the load on the mechanical and biological stages of treatment.