Ep5: Water Treaters = Superheroes

I bet you didn’t know that you are a Superhero.  A water treater has to combat issues that most mortals are unable to overcome.  These issues are corrosion, scaling, microbial fouling and invasion of dirt and debris in our systems.  Maybe a human can take on one or two of these issues.  Taking them all on at the same time, successfully, only a Superhero can do that…

Water Treaters = Superheroes

EP4: It’s Not Easy Being Green!

Water treaters need to realize that everything we do is “green.”  Our entire reason for being is to make the systems we treat more efficient.  If we do our jobs properly, we save the customer water and energy which in turn saves the customer money.  That’s Being Green!  Water Treatment is the original “Green” industry.

Episode 4: Show Notes

I interview Charlie Cichetti of Green Building Education Services, GBES and Sustainable Investment Group, SIG.  Charlie sheds light on what we need to be aware of when it comes to USGBC, LEED and working with customers in the know about being green. Continue Reading

EP3: Controllers

Join me as I interview Tom Tinney of Lakewood Instruments.  We explore what you should know about controllers.  Tom talks about basic functionality, advanced functionality, troubleshooting tips and just general information about the controller.

Episode 3: Show Notes

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EP2: Meet the Host

Episode 2: We introduce the show format:
Scaling UP! The podcast for water treaters by water treaters.
• Introduction and Welcome
• Announcements/ Updates in the industry
• Catalyst
• Interview/Presentation
• Pinks and Blues
• Wrap up

Episode 2: Show Notes

This was really the first episode of Scaling UP!  Even though it is Episode #2.  The first episode was simply a placeholder to allow me to get the Podcast registered on ITunes and Sticher and also get the website up and running.  It was for this “real” episode that I purchased items to actually have a sound studio to record in.  Many of you wrote in to tell me how much better I sounded on episode 2 than episode 1.  This is for a few reasons: Continue Reading