Setting Your Safety Standards and Maintenance Schedule

By SWPA Executive Director Adam Stolberg and Jeremy Drinkwine, SJE Inc. For wastewater applications, setting safety standards and a maintenance schedule are key components to...

The New Normal

By SWPA Executive Director Adam Stolberg and Jeff Boling,Ebara Pumps Americas Corporation Ragging and clogging are persistent problems in wastewater streams, which can cause backflows,...

The Role of Online Training for Pump Professionals

By SWPA Executive Director Adam Stolberg Due to the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, the last year has presented many industries with uncertainty and a need...

Choosing a Submersible Pump vs. a Dry-pit Pump

By SWPA Executive Director Adam Stolberg and Lisa Riles, Xylem When deciding on the best pump for an application, it’s important to consider not only...

Submersible Wastewater Pump Buyers Guide

By SWPA Executive Director Adam Stolberg and John Wilson, Industrial Flow Solutions As businesses head into the final fiscal quarter of 2020, they are setting...

Sizing a Wastewater System

By SWPA Executive Director Adam Stolberg and David M. Williams, Liberty Pumps Correctly sizing a wastewater system requires assessing several component aspects as well as...

Submersibles and VFDs: Working Together

By SWPA Executive Director Adam Stolberg and Chris Caldwell, Pete Duty & Associates Whether operators are seeking firmer control of their pumping speeds or greater...

Submersibles and VFDs: Working Together

By SWPA Executive Director Adam Stolberg and Chris Caldwell, Pete Duty & Associates Whether operators are seeking firmer control of their pumping speeds or greater...

2020 SWPA Industry Outlook

The Submersible Wastewater Pump Association (SWPA) is a national trade association representing and serving the manufacturers of submersible pumps for municipal and industrial wastewater...

Predictive Maintenance and Pump Efficiency

Whether it be due to a broken impeller, a busted seal, or a faulty drive, pump system shutdowns due to component failures are expensive...