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Water Treatment Technician

What Is a Water Treatment Technician and How to Become One

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What Does a Water Treatment Technician Do?

The responsibilities of a water treatment technician involve day-to-day plant operations, including equipment maintenance, service, and calibration. They take water samples, analyze data to determine the effect of water on agriculture or the environment, and assist with the installation of compliance measures. The qualifications you need to become a water treatment technician often include an associate’s degree and some experience.

What Are the Requirements to Become a Water Treatment Technician?

The qualifications you need to become a water treatment technician often include an associate’s degree and some experience with water collection, testing, analysis, and reporting. Relevant professional certifications may be available. The responsibilities of a water treatment technician involve day-to-day plant operations, including performing equipment service or maintenance, taking water samples, and analyzing data to determine the effect of water on agriculture or the environment.

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