What hours do the Shift Operators work?
Shift Operators currently work a 12-hour shift: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. (day), or 7 p.m. - 7 a.m. (night). Operators work 5 days on and 2 days off rotating from nights to days or days to nights every 28 days. This type of shift means the operators are on duty 14 days per month. Please call 336-822-4732 for more information.

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1. What is the capacity of the Wastewater Plants?
2. Where are the Wastewater Plants located?
3. How long has the Wastewater Plants been in operation?
4. What type of treatment processes are designed into the Plant?
5. What is the population served?
6. How many people do the Plants employ?
7. What do you do with the Residual Solids?
8. What are the requirements for being a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator?
9. What hours do the Shift Operators work?
10. What is the average number of years of experience for the Wastewater Operators?
11. What future treatment processes will be required at the Wastewater plants to meet future NPDES permit limits?