Owning a public water system requires more than simply taking water samples and complying with state and federal requirements. A PWS—like any complex mechanical system—needs ongoing monitoring, maintenance, and management. But, all too often, many PWS owners are so busy taking care of the daily needs of their business, school, or organization, they don’t think about their system until they have a major water problem. Sound familiar? Secondwind can help.
Our certified Public Water System Operator Services include a comprehensive approach to managing your PWS system—including compliance, system monitoring, maintenance, and asset management.
Help with PWS Compliance
At Secondwind, we stay current on the latest federal and state water regulations and requirements so you don’t have to. Our certified public water system operators can manage your compliance with state and federal water regulations so you can stay focused on running your business and serving your customers. This includes:
- Sampling and test results management
- Consumer confidence reports
- Managing all communications and problem resolutions with NHDES
- Representation at all NHDES sanitation surveys and owner’s board meetings
- Waiver applications (to avoid unnecessary sampling and testing)
Why spend your time taking water samples, reading compliance manuals, and wading through piles of regulatory paperwork when you can have someone do it for you?
24/7 PWS Monitoring
For most PWS operators, water emergencies come without notice—at the worst possible times. Of course, when your business depends on quality, clean water, there’s no such thing as a convenient water emergency! For this reason, Secondwind offers 24/7 remote monitoring to all of our PWS clients. If there’s an issue with your public water system, we’ll know about it before it becomes a major problem. “Remote PWS monitoring can make the difference between a minor service call and a disastrous water emergency,” explains Steve Guercia, commercial and PWS manager at Secondwind Water Systems.
Routine maintenance keeps your water flowing and extends the life of your public water system. As part of your annual service, the Secondwind team will check your system and replace any routine expendables as appropriate. We’ll also provide a thorough evaluation, recommending any needed short or long-term repairs.
Things are going well with your public water system today, but will it work tomorrow? The next day? What kind of life expectancy does your system have? And what kind of plan should you have in place, if your system fails?
Together, with our customers, we address these and other important questions every day. If water is critical to the operation or your business, or if your water system is over over 10 years old, we encourage you take some time to think about these questions as well.
As part of our PWS operator services, we can assist you in developing a realistic and feasible budget for your system, including a financial and capital improvement plan. And rest assured, we have well-established relationships with leading manufacturers and subcontractors to provide any equipment or services your system will need to keep it operating efficiently.
Public Water System Operator Services in NH
Secondwind is a long-standing provider of PWS operator services in New Hampshire. Visit our website to see the many leading companies who entrust their public water supply with our knowledgeable and experienced water professionals. We provide personalized PWS operator services, ranging from a simple, safe operations plan, to a comprehensive 24/7 facilities management plan. We’re also happy to work with your current operator to create a plan that makes water quality management something you can check off of your list. Contact us today for a free site evaluation.