Diver Wanted

ESTABLISHED WATER TANK AND TOWER INSPECTION AND CLEANING COMPANY is seeking a commercial diver. CURRENT SCUBA certification and recent diving physical is required, preference given to ADC certified line air divers. We have a full time opening working out of our Main Office in Ft Worth, Tx. This position requires frequent out of town travel (2-5 days a week, often work on a 4 day work week with 3 days off). A valid Drivers license and good driving record is required. For additional information and application see: http://www.ronperrin.com/employment.htm. FOR INTERVIEW Call our Office Manager Debi at 817-377-4899.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $140.00 /day

Job Location:

  • Fort Worth, TX 76108
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Quick video explains a lot in 60 Sec.!

Since 1997 my company Ron Perrin Water Technologies has been a leader in underwater inspection and cleaning for the water utility industry. We offer underwater inspection and cleaning services to municipal water utilities so they do not need to drain water tanks or towers to inspect or clean them. Our city drinking water comes from surface waters (lakes, rivers or streams) or ground water (well water).  After the water is treated it is sent to the water storage tanks & towers where it waits to be used at your tap.  Over time sediment builds up in these tanks  the sediment can be a safe habitat for bacteria protozoa and even viruses.

Our cleaning service is performed by Commercial Divers(also called line air because they are breathing surface supplied air on an umbilical line). They wear dry suits that completely seal them in their own environment.  The diver is then washed down with a chlorine solution before entering the water supply.

Once inside the water tank or tower our diver can quickly remove the accumulated sediment from the interior floor of the tank. Removing the habitat that can hide bacteria and other contamnants makes the water safer to drink and safes the utility money by reducing chlorine cost.   because the contaminants are no longer growing and depleting the chlorine reserves.

Out of Sight, Out of Mind: What’s in Your Water?

Out of Sight, Out of Mind: What’s in Your Water?  is a documentary where microbiologists and tank inspection professionals discuss the importance of having potable water storage tanks inspected and cleaned regularly. Currently the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has no regulations that require potable water storage tanks to be cleaned. We are hoping to raise awareness of this issue in order to change that.

We have been working on this project for over two years and it it time to raise some cash to finish it up.  I hope you will be a part of this, please click here and find out how you can help!  https://igg.me/at/whatsinyourwater/x/11623864

ARE YOU A CUSTOMER?

Please write a review, we would love to post your comments about our service. We are celebrating our 18th year inspecting and cleaning water storage tanks and towers. I am proud to report that I have maintained my first customer this entire time. We now have many utilities we have serviced for over 17 years. Old or new, if you are one of our customers we would like to hear from you! Please take a minute and write a short review on our Facebook page page!

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The Crew 2012

The Crew 2013

We help water utilities keep drinking water safe, fresh and ready to drink

Our Business is all about keeping public water supplies clean and safe. We inspect tanks and towers with underwater cameras so there is no disruption in service. When we find accumulations of sediment we use a potable water dive crew to remove it. The divers are sealed in their own environment and washed down with a chlorine solution so they can enter the water supply. They are then able to quickly and efficiently remove tank sediment that can support bacteria, protozoa and even viruses! 100_0370 100_0090 DCIM100MEDIA 100_5229!

Water is now in short supply all over the world

Water is in short supply. Not only, in West Texas,  Arizona and California but all over the world!

It is more important than ever to take care of our water storage systems.

NASA jet propulsion laboratory is now involved in documenting the water loss around the world, there is a pattern, watch this video!

http://www.cbsnews.com/common/video/cbsnews_video.swf

http://www.cbsnews.com/common/video/cbsnews_video.swf

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