Sewage, stormwater and wastewater cannot flow uphill without being pumped. This can be a problem when developing land that slopes away from the main sewer line, or where other variations in the local landscape preclude or limit the viability of gravity-based wastewater systems. An inground pump station is an efficient solution when gravity-reliant systems are not possible due to limited site access and site constraints.
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