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Industrial outsourcing of water treatment – how it really works

2019-05-17 Business No comment

The decision to make an operational outsourcing of an industrial wastewater treatment system needs to consider its own strengths and weaknesses. Before you start outsourcing the operation of the water treatment system, you should know how it works.

Water treatment companies provide outsourcing services in their product suites, which is not a simple service. Not only can you order a water treatment system operator, just as you can order a pump. Water treatment companies are always looking for qualified environmental technicians who, in addition to their strong professional ethics, have the ability to troubleshoot and repair. When these candidates are found, they must also be trained and certified according to the requirements of the outsourcing company and the operational status of the person. In addition, the employee must be trained and certified according to the requirements of the facilities required for his or her work. More specifically, employees must be trained to operate all the quirks, workarounds, and daily needs of the facility. Outsourcing companies are unable to provide all the training employees need to work in a particular factory. These employees also need to board the plane. Even if you are in a build, owned, and operational state, the outsourcing company owns the system and must do a lot of training, communication, and process development to make the relationship work.

With proper training, a single outsourced employee can provide all of these services:

  • Daily system operation tasks, including calibrating instruments, performing routine maintenance, and facilitating record keeping
  • Regulatory assistance, including the generation of emissions reports, waste storage inspections with agents, rainwater sampling and other regulatory reports
  • Inventory management, including the purchase of chemicals, safety supplies and replacement parts
  • Wasted processing management, such as filter cake
  • System monitoring and optimization, including laboratory scale testing and troubleshooting to address foam issues, floating flocculation, etc.
  • Other liquid handling systems such as water reuse or purification

In addition to the services provided by outsourced employees, there are other products that can be bundled with your outsourced contacts. You can purchase chemicals from an outsourcing company so that their monthly orders are included in the same invoice for the operating expenses. Similarly, you can purchase a regular service plan that, in addition to the daily service that includes filters or membrane replacements, also provides technical services on a regular basis and at a flat fee. The benefit of bundling these services is that you only need one bill to cover a large number of other personal expenses that occur on a regular basis. This way, you only have to deal with one company and one invoice. Even better, if you buy multiple products from the company, you can also bundle shipping costs.

Outsourcing companies will regularly interact with their employees to guide the technical issues and recommendations of the product. They will also visit regularly to check employees and accounts with your factory. It's important to have a good working relationship with your outsourcing company, not just one or two employees in your factory. When these visits occur, the appropriate staff at your facility should schedule a meeting. These conversations can lead to better system performance and overall operating costs.

The services and products offered by the outsourcing company will of course carry a price tag. The price is determined by the outsourcing company based on several factors: the cost of providing services and products, the profitability based on these costs, and their confidence in your relationship. If the outsourcing company has a good relationship with you, your costs can be very competitive because they are also building relationships with you. They want to see the potential to provide services in other ways in the future, so they want to get your business so that both companies can benefit from it.

The key to successful outsourcing is to establish good relationships with outsourcing companies. In this way, you get all the services and products you need in the most convenient and cost-effective way. Outsourcing decision Water treatment business from

 This is not an easy task, but outsourcing has many benefits. That is, enter the water treatment industry and products through a funnel: your outsourcer.

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