Many water, sewer, and stormwater systems need better maps to help utility personnel more efficiently manage infrastructure. To address these needs, GSRWA offers mapping services to our members at affordable rates.
Why map your system?
- Asset management & maintenance
-Future project planning
- To promote sharing information with present and future staff
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GSRWA will be holding its Drinking Water Taste Test Contest on Tuesday, September 12, 2016 during the Operator Field Day. This event is generously sponsored by Eastern Analytical, Inc. To enter, call the Walpole Administrative Office to obtain sample bottles. Click here to download contest instructions and an entry form.
Water/Sewer System Operator Town of Marlborough, NH
JOB POSTING – TOWN OF MARLBOROUGH, NH
Water & Sewer System Operator
The Town of Marlborough Highway Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time Water & Sewer System Operator. The Operator will report to the Director of the Highway Department and duties also include operation of heavy equipment under the supervision of the Highway Department. The Town provides water and sewer collection to approximately 432 residences and industrial/commercial facilities. This position encompasses all aspects of management of the Town’s water and sewer system. The successful candidate shall be the water system Primary Operator and is responsible for operation, maintenance and proper function of the Town’s water supply, water distribution system and sewer collection system. It is preferred that the Water and Sewer System Operator live within a 30 minute commute of downtown Marlborough.
• Minimum qualifications: Possession of New Hampshire Water Distribution and Treatment Certification (Grade I), a Collection Systems Operator Grade I Certification and a Confined Space Certification required. Possession of a valid driver’s license issued by the State of New Hampshire for the type of vehicle or equipment operated (CDL-B) required. Possession of a New Hampshire Water Distribution and Treatment Certification (Grade II) and a Collection Systems Operator Grade II Certification preferred. Knowledge of asset management principles and practices and the principles and practices of both water distribution maintenance and repair and of water supply including; meter replacement, treatment, pump operation, chemical feed and basic control system troubleshooting required. Knowledge and level of competency associated with a high school education. Three years’ experience in water and sewer system operation and maintenance, including supervisory experience and experience with heavy equipment operation and computer software use, or any equivalent combination of education and experience that demonstrates possession of the required knowledge, skill and abilities. The ability to work overtime and to be on-call for emergencies is required.
Salary is commensurate with experience.
1969 CH&E 2604 4” Trash Pump for sale
The Plymouth Village Water & Sewer District (PVWSD) is accepting sealed bids for a 1969 CH&E 2604 4” Trash Pump, Trailer Mounted, 12 V, 25 HP, 4 Cycle Gas Engine which will be sold AS IS:
The District will accept sealed bids until 12:00 PM on Thursday, June 30, 2016 at the Business Office located at: 227 Old North Main Street, Plymouth, NH 03264.
The envelope must be clearly marked “Bid on Trash Pump”.
The items can be viewed at the PVWSD Treatment Plant located at 53 South Street. For more information contact Jason Randall, Superintendent (603) 536-2769.
The Plymouth Village Water & Sewer District reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to investigate the qualifications of any bidder and to waive any and all formalities for any reason whatsoever in any bid when making an award.
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