The mid-west has experienced harsh winters in the last few years. When the thaw began in mid-March 2015, there were also several hard rains. Water from the thaw and the storms threatened to overwhelm a municipal wastewater plant in Ohio with twice the volume of water it could handle. To prevent flooding, a rapid and effective response was required. The municipality called E-Tank to provide a solution to the emergency. E-Tank and E-Pump technicians delivered and assembled a system comprising multiple 21k Frac Tanks and a 6 inch Vac Assist High Flow Diesel pump, manifold, and hose was assembled at the site.
The Frac Tanks were plumbed together using a manifold and hoses, allowing the wastewater treatment plant to fill all of the rental tanks from one location without having to move the pump and hose. The excess water was stored safely until it could be treated at a pace the plant could handle. One call to E-Tank and E-Pump provided quality rental equipment and expertise to design, deliver and assemble the system of tanks, pump, hose and manifold preventing a potentially damaging flood disaster.