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Wastewater Technician

Job Overview

Removing impurities from the water used in oil and gas operations is a key part of the industry’s efforts to recycle and reuse as much water as possible. You use your knowledge of chemistry and the workings of a highly sophisticated treatment plant to make that happen. You enjoy combining technology and a focus on problem solving to return water back to its purer state.

Wastewater technicians monitor and operate computerized control systems and their related equipment in wastewater, sewage treatment and liquid waste plants. They use a variety of technologies including filters and centrifuges, to remove dissolved and suspended solids, chemicals, salts and other impurities from the water used in oil and gas operations. This is done to recycle and reuse as much water as possible.

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