Wastewater

Wastewater Pumps

  • Durable pumping solutions for all types of waste streams and slurries
  • Designed for either wet well (submersible) or dry installation
  • Non-clog styles to reduce operation and maintenance costs

Sump Wastewater Pumps

Portable and compact option for small basins

Myers Sump Pump

Effluent Wastewater Pumps

Best for handling graywater with smaller solids

Goulds Effluent Pump

Sewage Wastewater Pumps

Exceptional solids handling capabilities

Submersible Sewage Pump

Chopper Wastewater Pumps

Ideally suited for chopping solids

Landia Chopper Pump

Grinder Wastewater Pumps

Grinds through the toughest sewage debris found in waste streams

Goulds Grinder
Wastewater Flow How

What are wastewater pumps?

Wastewater pumps are typically single-stage and submerged in the waste stream with an open impeller design that allows for the pumping of heavily contaminated water which often contains various organic, inorganic, and mineral solid particles.

Sump Pumps

Portable and compact option for small basins

Effluent Pumps

Best for handling graywater with smaller solids

Sewage Pumps

Exceptional solids handling capabilities

Chopper Pumps

Ideally suited for chopping stringy and fiberous solids

Grinder Pumps

Grinds through the toughest materials found in waste streams

  • Residential sewage systems
  • Farms
  • Hospitals
  • Trailer courts
  • Motels
  • Light commercial
  • Industrial
  • Water transfer
  • Heavy duty sump
  • Sewage systems
  • Dewatering
  • Lift Stations
  • Dairy & Food Processing
  • Marine
  • Schools
  • Correctional Facilities
  • High Risers
  • Zoos
  • Power and Utility Plants

Mitchell Lewis & Staver offers a wide variety of pumps for handling liquids with included solids. Solids handling pumps can be of the submersible, self-priming, or horizontal end suction varieties. Should electrical power be unavailable or undesired, we also carry a line of solids handling air operated diaphragm pumps (AODD).

For municipal applications, the solids handling requirement is typically 3” which can be done by most 4” and larger submersible, self-priming, or horizontal end suction type pumps. Industrial applications usually have smaller solids size requirements, but a higher concentration of solids in the liquid. For these and other applications with a higher percentage of solids, an AODD or progressive cavity pump can be used. We also carry a submersible line of slurry pumps that can move liquids with up to 60% solids (slurries).

Michell Lewis & Staver Go-To Pro

Michelle McDonnell

Michelle McDonnell

I enjoy problem solving and finding the right products for a specific application. Since 1992, I have focused on Sump, Effluent and Sewage (SES) pumps for commercial and industrial applications along with multi-stage boosters. Mitchell Lewis & Staver carries a wide variety of product lines to service a lot of different markets, which affords me the opportunity explore and be creative in finding solutions.

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