Projects that used E/One Grinder Pumps

E/One Sewer systems was the best choice for a number of communities that had a variety of problems — failing centrifugal pumps, hilly and rocky terrain, and strict environmental requirements. Read on to learn how E/One Sewer systems provided cost-effective, reliable solutions.

Brentwood, Tennesse, replaced failing centrigual pumps with E/One grinder pumps

Brentwood, Tennessee

Failing centrifugal pumps were a nightmare

E/One grinder pump project in Washington

Port Orchard, Washington

Failing septic tanks polluted Puget Sound

Grinder pump system in Lock California

Locke (Sacramento Valley), California

Antiquated sewer system replaced by grinder pumps

An adequate sewer system was required during a restoration project - but came with a lot of regulations

Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pennsylvania

Renowned Frank Lloyd Wright home needed to meet state requirements

Paradise Valley, Arizona

Paradise Valley, Arizona

Sewering solid rock is always a challenge

Sentinel Estates - custom homes in a hilly area

Sentinel Estates, Wilder, Kentucky

Gravity sewers would have required multiple lift stations

Riverview Landing

Riverview Landing, Clifton Park, New York

Rocky land and tough soil eliminated gravity sewer as an option