Maintenance

Central Valley's Maintenance Department consists of 20 full time employees who hold various certifications related to providing mechanical, electrical and controls service to the water reclamation facility process equipment and vehicles. The State of Utah certified mechanics are responsible for keeping all treatment process equipment, pumps, and vehicles in good condition to maximize the service life and minimize cost. The licensed Master and Journeyman electricians install, maintain and adjust the electrical and control systems. The buildings and grounds staff tend to the landscaping, roads, building maintenance, and perform minor construction projects as needed. Any repairs, rehabilitation and improvements to the equipment and facilities are undertaken by this department. The maintenance staff play an important role at the Facility by keeping the systems running smoothly and ensuring all the treatment processes are functioning properly.

Maintenance Mechanics tasks include:

  • Servicing all equipment including changing oils and filters
  • Troubleshooting equipment problems
  • Minor and major adjustments and repairs
  • Replacing out dated equipment and piping
  • Installing new equipment
  • Tracking all service needs and developing the annual maintenance budget

Electrician tasks include:

  • Inspecting and monitoring all electrical panels, motor control centers and switch gear
  • Repairing and replacing electrical gear and motors as necessary
  • Troubleshooting electrical and control system problems
  • Monitoring and calibrating all process instrumentation used in the facility
  • Replacing out dated equipment and installing new electrical equipment as needed

Buildings and Grounds tasks include:

  • Maintaining the yards and sprinkler systems
  • Maintaining the roads and plowing snow
  • Maintaining buildings and cleaning the facilities
  • Performing weed control on the yards
  • Painting the buildings and process equipment

 

Maintenance