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Winning would allow us to do more marketing, get more jobs and improve the water quality for more communities.

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Potable WATER TANK DIVER WANTED


ESTABLISHED WATER TANK AND TOWER INSPECTION AND CLEANING COMPANY is seeking an experienced Water Tank commercial diver. Good criminal history and driving record is required.

PAID- Out of town travel is required (typically 3-4 days per week).

Line Air Dive Training is Required. Commercial Diver Experience is preferred,
Fall protection and confined space training is required and may be provided free of charge for the right individual.
CURRENT SCUBA, CPR Certification and recent diving physical are required, preference given to ADCI Certified Diver.
Top PAY for experienced Water TANK and TOWER DIVER e-mail resume and salary history.

See our blog at http://www.tankdiver.us

Employment is year round. Pay based on experience. Pre-employment drug screening is required. This position requires frequent out of town travel, paid by company (from Fort Worth, Texas). Please e-mail resume (write resume in subject line). For additional information and application see: www.ronperrin.com

If you have previously applied for this job PLEASE CALL FOR INTERVIEW 817-377-4899.

New Applicants Call 817-377-4899 to schedule interview.

Top 10 Causes – Outbreaks in Public Water Systems

Top 10 Causes – Outbreaks in Public Water Systems*

Lets start with the first one. Is Giardia living in your water system?
According to the CDC Giardia is the most common contaminant of potable water systems.  Giardia is a microscopic parasite that causes the diarrheal illness known as giardiasis. Giardia is protected by an outer shell that allows it to survive outside the body for long periods of time and makes it tolerant to chlorine disinfection. For more see The Tank Diver Blog.  Here:  http://wp.me/P4G0Q-qb1

 

From The Tank Diver Blog www.thetankdiver.com To go straight to the page click here:   http://wp.me/P4G0Q-qb1

If you need assistance inspecting or cleaning water storage tanks or towers call  Ron Perrin Water Technologies toll free at 1-888-481-1768.
For a fast quote Fax your tank information to 817-246-1740.

Missouri has no requirement to clean water towers

Chris Hayes from Fox2 News in St Louis, Missouri recently interviewed me for a story he did about a water tank in Leadwood, Missouri. The tank had been inspected once about 17 years ago and as far as anyone knew, had never been cleaned. Chris was contacted by some residents of the community who had brown water coming out of their taps.

I was happy to contribute both video and comments to this story. Water storage tanks should be inspected yearly for public safety, even if the state they are in has no regulations at all. Mr. Hayes did a great job. He found the larger systems around St. Louis had all been recently inspected. Many smaller systems seem to fall back on regulations to decide what is really important.

Although the state of Missouri has no written regulation or rules on when tanks should be inspected they do say this about the inspection and cleaning of water storage tanks: “...clearly necessary to protect public health.”

You would not drink out of a dirty glass, why do these people have to drink water from a dirty tank?  See the video on our Company Facebook Page:

https://www.facebook.com/ronperrinwatertech  

BE SURE TO LIKE THE PAGE WHILE YOU ARE THERE!

 

Or View the story on GOOGLE+ HERE

References:

Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Water Protection Program – Public Drinking Water Branch

Microbial Contamination of Water Storage Tanks Fact Sheet

Inspection of Water Storage Facilities Fact Sheet

USEPA – Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water

Health Risks From Microbial Growth and Biofilms in Drinking Water Distribution Systems.  Page: 26 section G, Page 34 section I,

Distribution System Issue Paper. Finished Water Storage Facilities. August 15, 2002. Page 2, 11, and 12.

Total Coliform Rule Issue Paper. Inorganic Contaminant Accumulation in Potable Water Distribution Systems.