Introducing LiftCommand: a new sanitary sewer system management tool
WithersRavenel announces the release of LiftCommand, a web-based tool designed to simplify sanitary sewer system management by replacing paper- and spreadsheet-based flow tracking.
Through LiftCommand, communities can review design capacity versus actual flow for both lift stations and wastewater treatment plants, verify permit compliance, and plan for new development. The tool shows the impact of proposed projects on the sanitary sewer system—not just at the nearest lift station or treatment plant, but along the entire flow pathway. Additionally, it can quickly generate a Flow Tracking for Sewer Extension (FTSE) Permit Application to submit to the State of North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality.
“LiftCommand is a solution that allows for multiple users and can easily survive staff turnover while exceeding all the State’s requirements for tracking and reporting on pump station performance,” explains WithersRavenel’s Utilities Engineering Director Ken Orie, PE. “It’s a one-stop shop for all pump station information that allows for quick turnaround times on questions from developers while limiting the need to bring in consultants every time there are questions on capacity for growth or wet weather.”
In addition, LiftCommand can track phased or incomplete development and adjust its calculations accordingly, whereas older methods usually rely on binary, all-or-nothing functions.
Find out how LiftCommand can work for you. Schedule a free demonstration now at liftcommand.com.
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