Marina Pumpout Solutions
Each Pumpout application is unique, and to tackle this, Edson manufactures an unequaled line of Pumpout Equipment using the three most widely accepted styles of pumps: Peristaltic, Diaphragm, and Vacuum. Each system is designed with one goal in mind: Simple Reliability. You decide the type of service you want to provide and how you want to provide it, and Edson will manufacture the right equipment.
Here is an overview of our different pump styles:
Diaphragm Pumpout Equipment
- Great for low-head dockside installations (pump direct into lift stations and holding tanks)
- The best for portable pumpout systems (boats, carts, and trailers)
- Excellent non-electric pumpout equipment (gasoline and manually-powered)
- Best used for supervised or marina-performed pumpouts
- Simple, rugged, self-serviceable components
- Low purchase cost
- Low maintenance
To view Edson's Diaphragm Pumps Click Here.
Peristaltic Pumpout Equipment
- The only option for high head pumpout installations
- Excellent for portable applications with high off load heads (carts, boats, and trailers)
- Ideal for self-service installations (boaters pump out themselves)
- Great for heavy demand gas dock installations (multiple pumpouts to match multiple gas fills)
- Extremely simple and rugged design
- Most powerful - high suction and discharge handling abilites
- Most reliable trouble free operation
- Low self-service maintenance cost
To view Edson's Peristaltic Pumps Click Here.
Grant Assistance (Clean Vessel Act)
Edson is here to help you obtain a Clean Vessel Act Grant, which can cover up to 75% of the equipment and installation costs associated with a new pumpout system. We will walk you through step by step! To see a full list of CVA contacts Click Here.
What is the "Clean Vessel Act"?
The Clean Vessel Act (CVA) Grant Program provides grant funds for the construction, renovation, operation, and maintenance of pumpout stations and waste reception facilities for recreational boaters. It also includes funding for educational programs that inform boaters of the importance of proper disposal of their sewage.
Grant funds are competitively disbursed within the United States, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Approved grants fund up to 75% of the project costs. The service waives the first $200,000 in matching requirements for the insular areas of American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Click here to read more about the Clean Vessel Act