The Dos and Don'ts of Sewage Pump Investment and Design

Ageing assets, population growth and rapidly evolving technology are driving a shift in infrastructure and asset protection.

Many asset owners are faced with critical water and wastewater infrastructure nearing the end of their operational lives in urban and brownfield locations. With growing pressure to maximise the life of their pumps and pump stations alongside renewal investment decisions, there are often common challenges and lessons learned to consider.


Anthony Domanti, WSP’s Principal Engineer – Water discussed ‘Sewage Pump Station Design Fundamentals and Hot Industry Topics’ at the Australian Water Association’s (AWA) Queensland technical tour on Wednesday 13 June. With over 20 years’ experience, Mr Domanti shared his insights on key sewage pump station design, how to avoid common pitfalls and what to take into consideration when procuring wastewater pumps.


Mr Domanti says, “I’m passionate about sharing my knowledge and career experiences to challenge the status quo of future pump stations designs and improve the wellbeing of future communities.” Mr Domanti is also a Principal Professional Associate at WSP, a mark of professional excellence, industry engagement and willingness to share knowledge and experience with colleagues.


For more information, contact Mr Domanti.


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