May 2, 2018

Florida Dive Crew

Posted in Dive Supervisor Wanted, DIVER JOB, Florida Tank Cleaning, Florida Tank Inspection, Potable Water Tank Cleaning, Potable Water Tank Inspection tagged , , , , , , at 9:18 am by Ron Perrin

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We have been serving Florida Water Utilities since 2008.  Our dive team is available to inspect and clean Florida water tanks and towers.  We are currently seeking a Florida dive crew.  We use line air and Kirby Morgan equipment.  ADCI certifications are preferred.  Qualified applicants may download an application from the employment link at http://www.ronperrin.com or call 817-377-4899 for more information.

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November 25, 2014

EPA is taking Public Comments until the end of 2014

Posted in EPA Authority, Florida Tank Cleaning, Florida Tank Inspection, Inspecting & Cleaning Potable Water Storage, Potable Water Tank Cleaning, Potable Water Tank Inspection tagged , , , , , , , at 3:50 pm by Ron Perrin

On October 15th 2014 the EPA held a meeting to decide if there should be a rule to require water storage tanks and towers to be cleaned and inspected.

The webinar is over but the EPA is still taking comments until the end of 2014.  If you would like to make a comment on this issue, please send an e-mail to:  SFIWebinar@cadmusgroup.com. Or take the poll below and I will send in the results at the end of the year.  This is a chance to let your opinion be known!

My customers tell me they need less chlorine to meet water quality standards after I remove the sediment from water storage thanks and towers.  Sediment enters the tank one particle at a time and eventually accumulates enough for bacteria, protozoa and even viruses to use it as a habitat, grow and become a serious health

10-14-14 Washington D.C. Mall

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problem.  If proper inspections are not done to determine sediment levels, corrective action is seldom, if ever, taken.  My opinion is that potable water storage facilities should be inspected inside and out every year, and a cleaning program to ensure tanks and towers are cleaned every 3 to 5 years should be in place on all tanks.  What do you think?