A sewage pump that has been used by the city for more than 30 years to treat water from the city’s sewage system has been shut down, according to local authorities.
The city’s wastewater pump has been in use since the early 1990s, but it has been repeatedly repaired since then, with the first repairs in October 2017.
According to the BCPO, the water treatment plant is shut down to allow for the repairs, as well as the installation of new pumps.
The water treatment system has no operating capacity, so the pump is temporarily offline, the agency said in a statement on Wednesday.
“The water treatment facility was shut down because the sewage pumps have not been functioning for the past three months,” the statement said.
“The pumps were working normally, but due to the maintenance of the pumps, the operation of the system was halted and a shutdown occurred.”
The pumps are used to deliver wastewater from the sewage system, which contains approximately 9,000 tons of wastewater a day, to the treatment plant.
According to the city, the sewage plant receives wastewater from five water treatment plants in the city.
In 2015, the city decided to buy two new water treatment pumps, one of which was also used by another sewage plant in the Bancroft, and install them in the sewage treatment plant in order to provide the city with an additional water supply.
The new pumps were meant to replace the old ones, but the two pumps failed in 2016, and the city had to purchase two new pumps for its sewage treatment plants.
In January, the government decided to pay the company $1.8 million to fix the leaks in the old pumps.
In 2016, the company was paid $1 million to repair leaks in a new water pipe at the BANCROFT sewage treatment facility, and it is estimated that the new pipe will be ready for operation in 2019.
According a statement issued by the BACPO on Wednesday, the BACCO plans to pay $3 million to the company to pay for the repair work.
The city also plans to build new water pipes, as it has no other way of delivering water to the sewage systems.
In addition to the water pump repairs, the administration said it plans to install new sewage treatment lines, to provide another source of water to those sewage treatment facilities, and to add more capacity to the sewer treatment plant and its pumping equipment.