John Brooks Company Limited carries municipal wastewater solutions among its inventory of fluid-handling products, including options by Gorman-Rupp and E/One. Two innovative examples: Gorman-Rupp’s ReliaSource, the most reliable lift station in the municipal market, and E/One’s all-terrain, low-pressure sewer systems, which are cost-efficient and highly reliable.
The E/One sewer systems can be installed in virtually any terrain – flat, wet, or rocky – while the ReliaSource offers the advantage of fully customizable components.
Eliminating expensive service interruption
Municipalities have relied on Gorman-Rupp for the most dependable heavy-duty sewage pumps for decades, but even the greatest pump cannot function on its own. Effective wastewater treatment requires lift stations with valves, controls, pipes, and pumps that all work together to meet all sewage-handling requirements; if any component fails, it can threaten the entire operation. As a single source of total lift-station reliability, the ReliaSource is a packaged, fully customizable, above- or below-ground lift station designed to eliminate expensive service interruption caused by insufficient parts.
From the pumps and NEMA-rated controls to the corrosion- and weather-resistant fibreglass enclosures, every component of the ReliaSource is 100 per cent custom-engineered, manufactured, and assembled with Gorman-Rupp quality, inside and outside. This lift station from John Brooks Company outlasts and outperforms any other model available, guaranteeing trouble-free performance on which customers can depend.
E/One all-terrain, low-pressure sewer systems give municipalities the freedom to sewer anywhere – from flat or wet lands to sites with dramatic elevation changes. They are far more affordable than standard gravity sewers are and much safer than septic systems are, since septic systems can eventually fail, which causes pollution and risks public health. E/One systems allow municipalities to locate new homes in formerly infeasible locations, including coastal areas or sites with high water tables.
Another advantage of E/One all-terrain sewer systems: lighter footprint. These systems follow the contour of the land, allowing them to go anywhere (even around mature trees, streams, or rock formations) without destroying the landscape. They also lower the cost of sewering, as they are easier to install than conventional gravity sewers are.
For more information, contact John Brooks Company.