City Scape

‘Pumping’ Technology into our ‘Sewage Pumping Stations’

Content and Description

Content View
Viewable / downloadable shared learning appears here for logged in members only.
Content Description
Original date: 
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Abstract: 
“Sustainability through reliability” — presented at the 2015 MainTrain Conference — focused on the rapid growth of passenger flow at Toronto Pearson Airport and how, due to this growth, we were experiencing a high number of plumbing drainage failures. We carried out an RCA on our system and came up with changes in how we would prevent drainage failures. The changes we made dealt with our plumbing design standards; food and beverage tenant fats; oil and organics recovery system; lease agreements; and maintenance practices. However, that was only the starting point. In this presentation, we’ll discuss RCA conducted, the failures experienced, and the enhancements and improvements we made to make our system more reliable.
BoK Content Source: 
MainTrain 2018
BoK Content Type: 
Supporting Slides
Paper
Asset Management Framework Subject: 
00 Asset Management - General, 1.00 Strategy and Planning General, 02 Asset Management Decision Making, 2.00 Asset Management Decision Making General, 2.01 Capital Investment Decision-Making, 04 Asset Information, 4.00 Asset Information General, 06 Risk and Review, 6.00 Risk and Review General
Maintenance Management Framework Subject: 
00 Maintenance Management - General, 01 Business & Organization Context, 1.0 Business & Org Context General, 1.1 Requirements & Expectations, 1.2 Enablers & Constraints, 1.4 Strategic Maintenance Plan, 02 Maintenance Program Mgmt, 2.0 Maintenance Program Mgmt General, 2.1 Maintenance Requirements, 04 Tools and Tactics, 4.0 Tools and Tactics General, 05 Maintenance & Reliability Engineering, 5.1 Stats Analysis / Analytical Methods
Author Title: 
Manager, Mechanical Systems
Author Employer: 
Greater Toronto Airports Authority
Author Bio: 

Clarence F. Walters has worked in the construction and maintenance industry for more than 25 years. He started his career as a marine technologist/commercial diver working in the offshore oil and gas industry. He transitioned to the paper and printing industry and then to facilities maintenance and management. For the past 14 years he has been employed by the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) at Toronto Pearson Airport. Clarence has worked in several roles with the GTAA and is currently the manager of mechanical systems. He leads the reliability team that is responsible for all water distribution, sewage, and plumbing within the terminal buildings and the fire alarm and suppression systems across the airport. Clarence completed his MMP certification in the fall of 2004. He also holds designations in maintenance from OACETT, BOMI, and IFMA, and in sustainability from IFMA.