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S&L’s Free Pump Station Asset Management Webinar

12 May, 2020 – 10am AEST

The total cost of a pump station should consider all operation and maintenance components, including labour, outside contractors and parts. When one utility conducted a 12-year study of the costs of each of its 53 pump stations – 21 submersible and 32 surface mounted – many fundamental operating principles were discovered to reduce their total cost of ownership and reliability.

Fitt Resources will present their experience on rehabilitating existing assets and extending service life. They are experts in wet well refurbishment, pump repair, concrete remediation and asset inspection.

Join us on 12 May to learn about asset management for the pump stations in your collections system. Register for free at right.


Installing Asset Management Program Helps:

  • Provide a more reliable collection system
  • Document all activities required to maintain equipment
  • Document repeat problems and anticipate when they will occur
  • You make repair or replace decisions
  • Find actual labor hours and parts costs per pump station
  • Gain true understanding of pump station ownership costs
  • You create more accurate budgets for future expenditures
  • Preserve important data that is lost when personnel changes
  • You compare different pump brands/types based on life cycle costs



Featured Presenters

Charles G. Miller
Executive Vice President,
Smith & Loveless International, USA
30+ Years of Sewage Pumping Experience

Matthew Lowe
Business Development Manager
FITT Resources
15 Years of Sewage Pumping Experience

“It was a great in-depth discussion about the challenges our clients face in actual equipment performance on site across a variety of conditions.”

Partner and Engineer, Consultancy

“Overall, it was great. It seemed like great care was taken to make sure it was not a sales pitch.”

Engineering Manager, Municipal Government

“The seminar identified every problem that we are experiencing with our system and now I have solutions to make the system better.”

Design Engineer, Water Company