Outsourcing Wastewater Treatment Operations

IProChem operatorn many industrial facilities, personnel who are involved with water or wastewater treatment activities already have a primary set of responsibilities or simply do not have the expertise necessary to operate the system properly. This can result in unnecessary costs in the form of high chemical costs due to waste, potential equipment failure, and at worst, accident, injury, or facility downtime. To remedy this, ProChem offers on-site subcontracting options that help you:

  • Focus on your core business
Subcontracting shifts focus from peripheral activities to work that serves your customers.
  • Increase efficiency
Companies that tend to every operational need independently have much higher research, development, and distribution expenses, all of which must be passed on to customers.
  • Reduce labor costs
Hiring and training staff for short-term or secondary projects can be very expensive, and temporary employees don't always live up to your expectations. Subcontracting lets you focus your human resources where you need them most.
  • Reduce risk
Every business investment carries a certain amount of risk. Markets, competition, government regulations, financial conditions, and technologies change quickly. Subcontracted providers assume some of this risk for you.
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  • Control capital costs
Cost-cutting may not be the only reason to subcontract, but it's certainly a major factor. Subcontracting converts fixed costs into variable costs, releasing capital for investment elsewhere in your business.