How do you define valuable?
Those of us who have been in this business awhile know that most people really don’t value water as we wish they would. Maybe the public shouldn’t have to think too much about where their tap water comes from or where their sewage ends up, but you and I must, especially today. That’s why we’re honored to partner with you to keep tabs on your aging infrastructure and help you evolve to new systems when they’re needed. We’re honored to staff your operations with our experts who are committed to staying up-to-date on the latest methods of maintenance, safety standards and EPA regulations. Our people across the organization have each other to reference, so you always get many even if you know only the few. That’s valuable. So is water and its value relative to the longevity of your community. When water works, everything works. When it doesn’t, everything can change. Look at our friends in Flint, Michigan…still using bottled water…still battling public perceptions about water safety. None of us wants to go there. None of us can afford to. That’s why we’ve got your back – and we appreciate – every day – your faith and trust in the power of PeopleService.
P.S. – Sage Region Managers, Paul Christensen and Greg Stang, are featured in a podcast you can access in this newsletter. It’s informative and well, cool… even if I did have to borrow ear buds from my grandson to listen to it. Check it out.
Chairman & CEO