Seeing staffing, infrastructure and operations with a new lens.
It’s common for communities to come to us when they’re about to lose a key operator – often someone who’s been on the job for years. The vacancy is a prime opportunity for communities to consider how a change in “staffing” might impact the efficiency and effectiveness of operations. Some choose to stay with the status quo, hiring another to carry on from the inside. Others – those who have become our customers – see the benefit of replacing one with many. While we may place one operator full-time on site, that person is an expert in water/wastewater management who gets ongoing safety and industry training and who is backed by a full bench of experts who have seen it all in a variety of Midwest systems. Often all it takes is one site visit and our team members can see, smell and hear things that may be “off” or can be made better – saving your community money and potential risk. That’s the advantage of depth of experience, breadth of training and a host of resources to leverage, and where seeing staffing with a new lens has impact on the operation as a whole. Our customers give us challenges every day that keep us on our toes and we’re darn happy for the opportunity. If you’re facing challenges with staffing or any other facet of this business, contact us. You can count on a frank discussion about the benefit of a new view of water/wastewater operations and management today.
Chairman & CEO