It’s 3 AM. Do You Know Where Your Wastewater System Can Take Your Town?
Aging water and wastewater systems are a threat to the economic vitality of communities across our nation. Here in the Midwest, many cities and towns face huge fiscal challenges to replace critical water and wastewater infrastructure and effectively manage their deteriorating systems. It’s a double-edged sword for so many communities. As populations dwindle due to jobs moving out, the need to improve and upgrade systems in order to attract new business is placed directly on the shoulders of a smaller tax base. When people talk about infrastructure they always talk about how old the pipes are, and that’s true, but many of the water and wastewater plants in our region were built in the 70s, 80s, and 90s, and many are running well past their life expectancy. That’s why we always focus on stringent maintenance schedules for the facilities under our care and put our emphasis on preventing problems before they happen. These are the important issues our clients rely on us to help them navigate. The expertise we have developed over the past three decades gives us a unique perspective when it comes to dealing with how to best help our city partners cope with aging infrastructure and how to approach the fiscal hurdles before them. If your village or city is concerned about the state of your water or wastewater systems, and you lay awake at night searching for a solution, think PeopleService. We’ll come in, give you an honest, professional opinion of the viable longevity of your systems and help manage your operation efficiently.
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Chairman & CEO