Sewer Pump Station Monitoring

SUEZ believes in making data work for you. The better the data is, the better you are equipped to make the right decision. That’s why we use a low-cost remote sewer pump station monitoring system to collect data throughout your municipal wastewater collection network. With this system, we can track pump run time, pump cycles, wastewater flow rates, drawdown times, inflow and rainfall.
Sewer Pump Station Monitoring

3 Key Benefits of Pump Station Monitoring

  • Reduces Costs: Low-cost components help avoid big-ticket cleanup costs and fines.
  • Allows Remote Monitoring and Data Collection: The better the data, the better your experience.
  • Reduces Spills: Lets you respond to — and often prevent — environmental crises.

SUEZ’ remote pump station monitoring sensors serve as a low-cost alternative to costly SCADA systems, performing many of the same functions at a fraction of the cost. With this remote station system, we can track pump run time, pump cycles, wastewater flow rates, drawdown times, inflow and rainfall. While the remote pump station monitoring is constant, you can choose to be notified with updates every 15 minutes or immediately when emergencies, like pump failures and force main breaks, arise.

SUEZ will be able to respond to emergency situations such as pump failures or power outages at an early stage, thus avoiding potential environmental incidents. Remote pump station monitors have been key to impressive service improvements in numerous locations, including Bayonne, NJ, and Nassau County, NY.

How does SUEZ' Pump Station Monitoring work?

Install Pump Monitoring Systems

Pump monitoring systems are installed at sewer pump stations and send wireless signals to a local cellular tower. The units are fully integrated, eliminating the need for additional radios, modems, relays and other accessories. Different-strength antennae are available to ensure the signal can work with the cellular service in your area.

Data is Shared Electronically

Those pump monitoring signals are forwarded to an internet interface, where our operators and municipal partners can log on—any day, any time, and from any computer—and see how each pump station is operating. The water pump station monitoring platform is offered as an annual service over the internet, to allow the most user-friendly experience possible.

Alerts Allow for Immediate Action

If an alarm is triggered at a lift station by a high wet well level, power outage or pump failure, the pump monitoring system immediately warns operators via e-mail, text, or call to the standby phone. That allows workers to correct the situation and avoid costly, environmental problems.

Contact a representative to learn more about our water pump station monitoring.