Industrial Pretreatment Inspector I/II

Description : Industrial Pretreatment Inspector I


General Statement of Duties
Under close supervision, performs limited and well-defined inspections and collects samples of commercial and industrial discharges to ensure compliance with local, state and federal health and safety codes.

Organizational Responsibilities
Works under the direction of the Industrial Pretreatment Coordinator (IPC) and/or others as assigned, collaborates with other PCWRA team members on issues or tasks that interface with IP areas of responsibility. This position requires a 40-hour work week. Maintaining an acceptable MVR is required as this position must use a company vehicle.

Typical Duties

  • Performs inspections, samples and provides evidence for enforcement actions as part of the PCWRA Industrial Pretreatment Program.
  • Ensures Oil/Grease and Sand/Oil interceptors are appropriately maintained through quarterly inspections and correspondence with business owners/operators. Inspects interior facilities annually. Maintains documentation, including computer data entry, file maintenance and related clerical tasks, and provides quarterly reports to management.
  • Ensures compliance with the PCWRA Code Rules and Regulations, and state, and federal pretreatment regulations of industrial and commercial facilities; including food service establishments and petroleum, oil, grease and sand facilities.
  • Performs maintenance on Industrial Pretreatment equipment and instrumentation, including calibrations.
  • Assists with enforcement activities to include inspections, sampling, documentation and testifying.
  • Assists IPC with Significant and Categorical facility inspections as needed.
  • Provides advice to industries, local government, commercial facilities, and food service establishments, while assisting them to interpret and adhere to regulations and compliance procedures.
  • Investigates and determines need for formal enforcement. Makes recommendations to IPC.
  • Evaluates unauthorized discharges to PCWRA.
  • Performs special projects or other duties as assigned.

These duties are not all inclusive, but represent items that are critical to successfully accomplishing this particular position.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Maintain professional dealings with community.
  • Willingness to work with others.
  • Strong conflict resolution skills.
  • Valid Colorado driver’s license with an acceptable MVR.
  • Microsoft Office Suite.


Desired Qualifications

  • Education or experience in environmental science.
  • Previous Industrial Pretreatment experience.
  • Wastewater Operators “D” license.
  • Have or achieve certification in basic first aid and CPR

Working Knowledge

  • Operations, services and activities of an industrial pretreatment program.
  • Wastewater, industrial, biological and chemical processes.
  • Industrial pretreatment process technology.
  • Methods and techniques of wastewater sampling.
  • Use and operation of analytical sampling equipment.
  • Laboratory procedures.
  • Analytical results analysis.
  • Advanced methods and techniques of water quality inspections and analyses.
  • Industrial Pretreatment permit requirements.
  • Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes and regulations.
  • Blueprints, schematics, and mechanical drawings interpretation.
  • Enforcement actions both civil and criminal.


Working Conditions and Physical Requirements

  • Work is performed both in an office environment and in the field.
  • May be exposed to various weather conditions including wet, hot and cold.
  • May be exposed to various environmental conditions such as excessive noise; solvents, grease and oils; and slippery or uneven walking surfaces; as well as high vehicle traffic areas.
  • Pungent emanation from grease interceptors.
  • Difficult situations may occur with customers during enforcement action.
  • Must follow all safety programs including, but not limited to, confined space and respiratory requirements.
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.
  • Activities requiring full range of body movements including sitting, bending, stooping, kneeling, walking, squatting, crawling, twisting and climbing. Also, must be alert to peripheral activities therefore must have a full range of movement in the neck and shoulders.
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Industrial Pretreatment Inspector II


General Statement of Duties

Performs a variety of tasks involving permitting, monitoring, inspection, surveillance, and investigation of industrial waste discharges to the sanitary sewer system. Conducts and reviews on-site inspections of industrial facilities. Assists in the preparation and review of routine Industrial Waste Discharge
Permits. Collects samples of commercial and industrial discharges to ensure compliance with local, state and federal health and safety codes.

Organizational Responsibilities
Works under the direction of the Industrial Pretreatment Coordinator (IPC) and/or others as assigned, collaborates with other PCWRA team members on issues or tasks that interface with IP areas of responsibility. This position requires a 40-hour work week. Maintaining an acceptable MVR is required as this position must use a company vehicle.

Typical Duties

  • Assist IPC in determining need for individual pretreatment permit and/or acceptable discharge volumes and concentrations.
  • Assist IPC in reviewing building permits for compliance with PCWRA Code of Rules and Regulations. Work with the customer to correct deficiencies.
  • Performs inspections, samples and provides evidence for enforcement actions as part of the PCWRA Industrial Pretreatment Program.
  • Ensures Oil/Grease and Sand/Oil interceptors are appropriately maintained through quarterly inspections and correspondence with business owners/operators. Inspects interior facilities annually. Maintains documentation and provides quarterly reports to management.
  • Ensures compliance with the PCWRA Code Rules and Regulations, and state, and federal pretreatment regulations of industrial and commercial facilities; including food service establishments and petroleum, oil, grease and sand facilities.
  • Performs maintenance on Industrial Pretreatment equipment and instrumentation, including calibrations.
  • Assists with enforcement activities to include inspections, sampling, documentation and testifying.
  • Assists IPC with Significant and Categorical facility inspections as needed. 
  • Provides advice to industries, local government, commercial facilities, and food service establishments, while assisting them to interpret and adhere to regulations and compliance procedures.
  • Investigates and determines need for formal enforcement. Makes recommendations to IPC.
  • Evaluates unauthorized discharges to PCWRA.
  • Performs special projects or other duties as assigned.

These duties are not all inclusive, but represent items that are critical to successfully accomplishing this particular position.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Bachelor’s or minimum of 2 years’ experience in environmental science.
  • Wastewater Operators “D” license.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Maintain professional dealings with community.
  • Willingness to work with others.
  • Strong conflict resolution skills.
  • Valid Colorado driver’s license with an acceptable MVR.
  • Microsoft Office Suite.

Desired Qualifications

  • Leadership skills.
  • Have or achieve certification in basic first aid and CPR.

Working Knowledge

  • Operations, services and activities of an industrial pretreatment program.
  • Wastewater, industrial, biological and chemical processes.
  • Industrial pretreatment process technology.
  • Methods and techniques of wastewater sampling.
  • Use and operation of analytical sampling equipment.
  • Laboratory procedures.
  • Analytical results analysis.
  • Advanced methods and techniques of water quality inspections and analyses.
  • Industrial Pretreatment permit requirements.
  • Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes and regulations.
  • Blueprints, schematics, and mechanical drawings interpretation.
  • Enforcement actions both civil and criminal.

Working Conditions and Physical Requirements

  • Work is performed both in an office environment and in the field.
  • May be exposed to various weather conditions including wet, hot and cold.
  • May be exposed to various environmental conditions such as excessive noise; solvents, grease and oils; and slippery or uneven walking surfaces; as well as high vehicle traffic areas.
  • Pungent emanation from grease interceptors.
  • Difficult situations may occur with customers during enforcement action.
  • Must follow all safety programs including, but not limited to, confined space and respiratory requirements.
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.
  • Activities requiring full range of body movements including sitting, bending, stooping, kneeling, walking, squatting, crawling, twisting and climbing. Also, must be alert to peripheral activities therefore must have a full range of movement in the neck and shoulders.
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