The Clear Take on Water and Wastewater Today

Spread the word: Our industry benefits when we share our knowledge

Chad MeyerCollaboration and the sharing of knowledge is vital for professionals in the water and wastewater industry. We work in a complex, evolving field. That’s why it was great to see PeopleService team members Levi Dunbar, a water treatment plant operator in Missouri, and George Hulet, region manager for Missouri, travel to the Dallas area recently to tour water treatment facilities. They were joined on the tour by representatives from the City of Maryville, HDR Engineering and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. Dunbar, Hulet and their colleagues made the trip to learn more about biofiltration systems being used at these facilities, as well as to discuss best practices as Maryville considers building a new water treatment facility. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has not yet approved any water treatment plants in the state that use biofilters, so the visit served as a pro-active learning opportunity. We have PeopleService team members throughout the Midwest who take trips like this, sometimes across the country, sometimes just a few counties over. No matter what, they serve an important purpose. Sharing our experience and expertise with our peers helps advance the industry. To use a water analogy, a rising tide lifts all boats. We can leverage our collective expertise, resources and creativity to address challenges, develop innovative solutions, and ensure the sustainable management of our water supplies.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions or ideas about how we can partner and share our expertise in whatever way makes the most sense for you.

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Chad Meyer President
PeopleService Inc.