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How Do We Benefit From the Water and Wastewater Treatment Industries?

by Tim Brunicardi

Did you know only 3% of the world’s water is suitable for human consumption? Furthermore, it’s estimated that nearly two million children under the age of five will die due to being exposed to illnesses that are waterborne in nature. 

Hocking College's Water & Wastewater Management Program to be Offered Online

by Tim Brunicardi

Beginning in May 2019, classes in the Hocking College’s Water & Wastewater Management program will be available to take online. Students who make the decision to enroll in this program will have the opportunity to get an Associate of Technical Study in Natural Resources: Major in Water and Wastewater Management degree in only two years.

12 Apps Water & Wastewater Management Professionals Should Have

by Tim Brunicardi

Nowadays, there's almost an app for everything, including apps within the Water and Wastewater Management field. An app, which is software designed to perform specific tasks on a desktop computer or mobile device, can be downloaded for free or for a small fee.

Unique Gifts to Get For A Natural Resources Student Under $30

by Tim Brunicardi

Not sure what to get the student in your life who is studying one of our programs? Don't worry -- we've got you covered.

In this blog we will review gift ideas for those in the Natural Resources department.

Imagine a Day Without Water Campaign Kicks Off October 10

by Tim Brunicardi

Have you ever considered what it would be like to wake up one morning and discover that you had no water to brush your teeth, take a shower, or even make a pot of coffee?

Water You Waiting For? Enrolling in Hocking's Water & Wastewater Management Program

by Tim Brunicardi

Are you looking for a full-time job that pays well and comes with great benefits? If so, you should consider becoming a water or wastewater operator. Water and wastewater treatment plant and system operators, who averaged an income of $46,150 annually as of May 2017, manage a system of machines to transfer or treat water or wastewater.

7 Benefits of Becoming a Wastewater Operator

by Tim Brunicardi

Would you be interested in a job that could not only benefit your community, but the entire planet Earth as well? Does the prospect of following a career path that’s literally overflowing with opportunities for advancement sound tempting?

Learn About The Field Of Wastewater Management

by Tim Brunicardi

Have you ever wondered where the water that comes out of your shower head came from or how it got clean? The water that you shower with was pumped from a natural source, such as a lake, directly to a water treatment plant. At these facilities, plant operators control processes that use special equipment to take out any pollutants in the water.

The Overflowing Opportunities in Water and Wastewater Management

by Tim Brunicardi

In high school did you excel in math and science? Would you be interested in a job that would not only benefit your community, but the entire planet as well? Does the prospect of following a career path that’s literally overflowing with opportunities for advancement sound tempting? Then you should become a wastewater manager.

If so, then you should become a wastewater manager by getting an Associate of Technical Study in Water and Wastewater Management.

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