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Creating a Safety Culture Through Training Training is an essential component of our company’s safety management system. It allows employees to learn how to do their jobs properly, bring new ideas into the workplace, reinforce existing concepts and practices, and it helps to put our Safety and Health Program into action. Everyone in the company […]

How much should you write? One of the essential water and wastewater treatment plant components is the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) logbook. It is also one of the least understood by most operators. In this article, we will lay out the minimum requirements and other items to include. The most important reason for an O&M […]

As you may have noticed, this past open enrollment resulted in a 12% increase in medical insurance premiums – 70% of which was absorbed by the employer and 30% of which was absorbed by our employees. This unfortunate increase resulted from an increase in medical spending due to some preventable health conditions. To combat these […]

USW Utility Group sponsors the Athletics for Education and Success or AFES. This program provides breakfast, lunch, and snacks along with outings, arts, science, and other fun activities for local kids. They take part of the day to do academic retention on a daily basis.

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Case Studies

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 Creating a Safety Culture Through Training Why have tailgate meetings? A tailgate meeting is an informal safety meeting usually held at the job site (often around the tailgate of a work truck, hence the name). They are conducted before the workday or shift begins. Their primary purpose is to draw attention to hazards or potential […]

Steve Stanton, U.S. Water’s Region Three Maintenance Manager, was nominated and selected to receive the Raymond Bordner Award from the Florida Water and Pollution Control Operators Association (FW&PCOA). The FW&PCOA is an organization of members who are engaged in the production, treatment, and distribution of drinking water; the collection, treatment, and disposal of wastewater; and […]

In July of 2017, U.S. Water Services Corporation (U.S. Water) entered into a three-year contract with two additional one-year renewals with the City of West Palm Beach to provide supplemental labor to the City’s utilities department. These services include water and wastewater treatment facility operators, Project Managers, Utility Mechanics, and Electricians. When the City of […]

Chlorine and other relatable compounds are highly reactive, oxidizing other species when used in water treatment systems, and play an important role in microbial killing. Chlorine is typically used when treating effluent water sources like those found at a Wastewater Treatment Facility. While Chlorine and other oxidizers are very successful at reducing or eliminating microbial […]

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U.S. Water Services Corporation recognizes that there is a lot of uncertainty in the world today with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreading and we are here to help. There is no higher priority than to protect the health and safety of our clients!Learn More