A. The jobs are easy. C. It has many industry codes/careers. B. It is a community. D. Its an easy business to start. 200 question: What makes the Water Industry unique?
Back to Board C. It has many Industry codes/careers.
A. Water ski C. Swim in the water B. Test pumps, filters and meters D. Drink the water 300 question: Which answer below is a task you can do in the Water Industry?
Back to Board B. Test pumps, filters, and meters
A. Some training A. Some training or certification C. 4 year degree B. 2 year degree D. No degree needed D. No degree needed 500 question: What entry-level degree do you need for the Water Industry?
Back to Board A. Some training or certification
A. Plumbing C. Project Manager B. Utility Technician D. Water Technologist D. Water Technologist 1,000 question: Which job title describes someone who handles water treatment and distribution systems?
A. Plumbing D. Wastewater Treatment D. Wastewater Treatment Technician 64,000 Question: What job uses codes and other requirements enforced by DOT, EPA, and OSHA? C. Engineering Technician B. Water Technologist B. Water Technologist
Back to Board D. Wastewater Treatment Technician
A. $600 Billion C. $400 Billion $483 Billion D. $265 Billion 125,000 Question: The Southeastern Wisconsin Water market is worth how much?
1,000,000 Question: What is the Water Council opening on September 1, 2013? A. Research Facility C. New Water Council C. New Water Council Website D. New internship program B. The Global Water Center