QUALIFICATIONS

International Standards Organization

Industrial Water Engineering achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification in 2004.  ISO 9001:2008 ensures desirable characteristics of products and services such as quality, environment friendliness, safety, reliability, efficiency and interchangeability. When products, systems, machinery and devices work well and safely, it is often because they meet standards. ISO 9001:2008 creates a system of checks and balances that helps in the quality control of business practices.

Professional Engineering

Licensed Professional Engineers must meet education and experience requirements and pass rigorous exams administered by the state. Passing this exam permits Licensed Professional Engineers to offer engineering services directly to the public. A Licensed Professional Engineer is bound by a strict code of ethics. Industrial Water Engineering can provide professional engineering services.

Certified Water Technologist

When you hire a water treatment representative, you want to choose the best.  You want to be sure that your representative knows the industry and is capable of handling the many conditions that affect water quality in your systems and equipment.  Furthermore, you need someone you can trust and have the utmost confidence to prescribe and manage the most effective water treatment applications.  Industrial Water Engineering has several licensed CWT's on staff to assist in your water treatment needs.  

Boiler Operator Licensed Staff

Industrial Water Engineering promotes safe work place practices by ensuring all Water Technologists on staff are properly trained to work around boiler equipment. All Water Technologists are Licensed Boiler Operators.

Certified Pesticide Applicators

An important aspect of managing water systems is to control microbiological growth that enters the systems through exposure to the external environment. A common method to control microbiological growth is through proper application of EPA registered biocides. All Industrial Water Engineering staff involved in applying biocides are licensed as Certified Pesticide Applicators. To obtain the license a person must pass a State test, pay a fee, and take 8 hours of State approved CEU’s each year.  All Industrial Water Engineering biocides are registered with the EPA.

Commercial Drivers

Industrial Water Engineering drivers are Licensed Commercial Drivers (CDL). The Congress of the United States enacted The Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1986 (CMVSA/86) which requires that all of the individual states conduct uniform testing and licensing standards for all commercial drivers. It also established uniform standards for qualification, suspensions, and revocation. It requires that no commercial vehicle operator may possess more than one license.