Losing an operator? Need someone with higher certifications or licensure? We can help.
Having our finger on the pulse of this industry, we know that finding the right people with the right qualifications to manage the water/wastewater for your community can be tough. People are retiring and with increased environmental regulations, the people you have on deck – while great – may simply not have the certifications required to do the job.
This is where we come in.
Fully 90% of the communities we serve initially came to us with the exact same problem. They selected PeopleService because we jump in with solutions – and with the experts – from techs to operators to managers – ready to hit the ground running. While we offer short-term and long-term solutions, chances are you’re here because you need someone quick so let’s talk today.
Is it time to think about working with a long-term partner?
The communities who are now our customers discovered the advantages of working with PeopleService to manage, operate and maintain their systems. Some will tell you that, at first, they were afraid of losing control. All will tell you that they actually have more control today with us on board. We manage the day-to-day operations by a binding contract. We give transparent reports on work done and budget expended, and we’re on the job and responsive 24/7/365, so we’re the ones on deck during storms, ice jams and holidays.
Whichever solution you choose, we live and work in or near your community, so our dedication to provide safe, clean water is as solid as yours.
We require our employees to live within 30 minutes of the facilities they operate, and we encourage them to get involved in those communities. Many of our employees serve on Volunteer Fire Departments, boards and committees in the community. All our employees take regular safety classes – one reason PeopleService has an award-winning safety record. We also administer random drug tests to assure our employees are fit for duty and able to respond in emergencies.
PeopleService University, led by Director of Operational Programs, Mike Adair, is where our staff prepares for the licensure and certification exams. His list of certifications in water and wastewater runs deep. Check it out.
Put the power of more than 30 years managing, operating and maintaining water and wastewater systems to work for you.
~ Robert W. Thompson, Former City Coordinator; Appleton, Minnesota
~ Mary Caffey, Former Mayor; Valley, Nebraska
~ Rita Miller, Former City Clerk/Administrator; Missouri Valley, Iowa