Medium-term involvement (7 to 15 years) of a private operator in the operation and maintenance of a municipal water [and wastewater] system in which the owner seeks to improve service delivery and quality (with the aim of 24/7 water service), as well as a reduction in losses and deficits. The annual maintenance plan is available for any water softener, no matter who installed it. The cost is $89 per year or $8 per month and includes: About the company WaterColor Management was originally founded in 1986 in response to the insurance industry`s response to the tragedies of Love Canal, NY and Bhopal, India. Any operation that treated water was considered dangerous by the industry, even if only salt was used as a chemical to treat water. As a result, a group of water treatment contractors and the former owner of the WaterColor agency decided to form an offshore insurance company to cover the risks of water treatment companies. In 2010, the insurance business was transferred to a U.S. insurance company and has remained so ever since. WaterColor Management is licensed to operate in all states on the continental United States and is headquartered in Decatur, Alabama. www.watercolormanagement.com corrosion can be caused by a variety of environments.
These include aggressive water, inadequate grounding, microbiological activity and inadequate metallurgy. Simple corrosion monitoring devices help identify the problem and take corrective action. Our team of Culligan water technicians measure, record and report the consistency and purity of your system`s water to ensure your equipment produces the water you expect and need to run your business. Contact our team today to learn more about our water treatment solutions and the benefits they can bring to your business. Service and support is our #1 product as we pride ourselves on being a full-service provider for the water treatment and reverse osmosis industry. Isley`s Home Service offers two annual maintenance plans. We have one for reverse osmosis systems and one for water softeners. Our TLC maintenance plan customers receive a 10% discount on repairs made during the year, and if we need to maintain your water softener or RO system, we waive travel expenses. Over time, reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) will develop a layer of contaminants on the surface of membranes. Contaminants such as scale, microorganisms and suspended solids cause dirt on the membrane elements, which leads to a decrease in the efficiency of the system and a reduction in permeate and water quality. Proper maintenance and cleaning of RO and NF systems extends the service life and improves the performance of membrane elements. Aqua Clear offers a variety of products and services for the complete maintenance of reverse osmosis and nanofiltration systems.
Operators for the operation, management and maintenance of municipal water facilities (raw and drinking) + some of the sewage systems. The annual maintenance plan for your reverse osmosis system is $145 per year or $13 per month, and it doesn`t matter if your devices were installed by Isley`s or another home service company. The plan includes: Each on-site service includes a comprehensive report with our recommendations and ideas. Your assigned technician will discuss the data with your team and provide a copy via email or paper. Water softeners are designed to remove calcium from your water source. This is a common application to remove the hardness that causes lime and water stains. Regular calibrations and water analysis are necessary to prevent excessive salt consumption and hardness bleeding. We always ask policyholders and others in the field of water treatment and filtration to do business through a written agreement. We have been asked many times to provide model language to be used in such agreements. The model language of an agreement is part of this article on risk management. This is not for everyone as multiple exposures are included in water treatment and filtration companies. Over the years, we have identified several areas of responsibility for these business lines.
These areas are: 1. Attempts are being made to hold water treatment and filtration companies responsible for leaks (after installation) due to latent sanitary defects in the system before the water treatment specialist performed a new installation or maintenance. 2. The customer fails to properly maintain the installed systems after installation and to hold the installer or service company responsible for a poor result or system failure. 3. Customers sometimes blame the water treatment or filtration company for system failure after changing the use or water supply source without contacting the installer or maintenance company. 4. Clients or legal advisors will attempt to dismiss responsibility for failures after the original installer or service company has lost the account for reasons other than performance (mainly due to price). Errors or problems can be the result. Blaming the water treatment or the previous repairman for the breakdown is a minor issue.
5. Leaks can be a big problem. Often, leaks occur as a result of post-installation work done by another contractor, but because it is water, the conditioner or repairer is blamed for it. 6. Water treatment and filtration service providers sometimes use external laboratories to perform water testing on their clients` water. Laboratories may (rarely) provide inaccurate results or conclusions, resulting in the water treatment, conditioning or maintenance company making adjustments that result in errors in the treatment or installation of the system. The customer and the laboratory will hold the packaging or maintenance company responsible for any problem, as it is an easy solution. Now that more and more major water-related problems are being discovered in U.S. water systems, packaging and filtration companies need to be more vigilant and rethink their promises about how effectively their processes modify or control POU water. Chemicals and bacteria that are removed from the water can be a vast promise, leading to allegations of negligence with high demand. While the fundamentals of water treatment and filtration may remain the same, the tendency to point fingers and try to pass on liabilities will continue to accelerate. The standard service contract provided with this article is about the relationship between the water treatment, the conditioner or the repairer/customer, but it is important to remember that they may have other important relationships that the conditioner or repairer relies on (for example.
B contracts with big box operations, direct delivery contracts for salt and charcoal, and even supply chain and warranty issues, such as when manufacturing some of their own products). Therefore, it is crucial for packaging and service companies to also enter into written agreements with these companies that assume the defense and liability resulting from inaccurate information, poor quality and performance of materials and product defects of suppliers. Also, be sure to provide these providers with the correct information about the systems for which you are asking them to provide products or services. Withholding information or providing false information can be detrimental to both of you. Here are some general instructions: 1. Take pictures of the construction site(s) before and after. 2. Be sure to inspect the piping and structures you use to support your installation or system, note any observations of problem areas, and inform the customer. 3. Keep all your records for at least 10 years or until the statute of limitations, especially service reports and special analysis reports. This is important in the event of a claim. 4.
Be sure to define everything you`ve observed in your service reports, even if it`s directly outside the scope of your packaging or filtration service. Contract for the operation and maintenance of water and sewerage facilities in a city Conclusion This draft model agreement is only a starting point and a simple model contract; It may well be the subject of negotiations between you and your client. Ultimately, it`s up to you and your legal advisors to determine the contractual relationship with your clients and what works best for you. However, keep in mind that a written service agreement that defines what you provide and the customer`s responsibilities is always the best way to protect yourself from any liability. Your packaging or service contract should always be the first thing you offer when you`re ready to accept the first payment. Reynolds Culligan strives to keep your equipment as efficient as possible and that is why we offer tailor-made service contracts to meet your needs. .