The Clear Take on Water and Wastewater Today

The Clear Take on Water and Wastewater Today

Contract Operations Is the Key to Gaining Control

Alan MeyerAcross the nation, more and more communities have come to a crossroads when dealing with their water and wastewater facilities. The landscape of the industry has changed dramatically. Where it was common practice to try and manage these vital facilities at the local level, new regulations, aging infrastructure and the problems related to attracting and keeping properly licensed operators have made contract operations a very attractive and cost-effective option.

The trend toward outsourcing the water/wastewater function and removing the constant worries associated with protecting your community has become paramount in the minds of city administrators. The stakes are high and the responsibilities can be overwhelming. Choosing to outsource water/wastewater operations to experts in the field is the right way to take control of the process and gain peace of mind that your city’s best interests are being properly served. This is why more cities and villages are moving this way.

What Are Key Benefits of Outsourcing?

The benefits of effective, efficient, leading-edge management of water and wastewater systems are many, including a consistent, stable water supply, safer working conditions for employees and improved service delivery. This leads to better rates, higher-quality maintenance, stronger infrastructure and economic development for the community. Outsourcing improves relationships with regulators, provides expertise that results in saving money and allows greater focus on preventive maintenance and long-term planning.

That’s what we’ve done for our community partners for nearly three decades. If what I’m saying resonates with you, let us tell you more. The process starts with a serious conversation about the benefits of contract operations.

It’s just what we do every day, so you can get a good night’s sleep.

Alan Meyer
Chairman & CEO