Water purification is one of the jobs that would be most attractive to candidates for jobs in the region’s water supply, and a lot of them are looking for work in Seattle.
Here are some jobs to keep an eye on in Seattle:Water purification: As part of the city’s water management plan, it’s expected that by 2030 the region will produce enough water for everyone to use.
The city has started installing more filters, which will help reduce harmful bacteria in the water.
The project will cost an estimated $5.3 billion, but a large portion of that is funded by the federal government.
Water purifying is currently a service job.
It includes installing, maintaining, and testing the equipment and other components, as well as cleaning and disinfecting it.
Waste management: The city’s Department of Conservation and Sustainability has launched a pilot program to develop and implement a waste management program.
The program will look to use waste to generate revenue and make money from recycling, reusing, and selling municipal waste.
The Waste Management and Recycling Program (WMRCP) will start with $1.8 million to $3.8 billion and will fund up to 100 projects, including wastewater treatment plants, recycling centers, and recycling companies.
The money will go toward building waste storage tanks and other facilities.
Cleaner and more efficient: The City of Seattle is building a new, $100 million facility that will convert old sewer pipes into “smart” filtration and water treatment systems.
The $100-million facility will be designed to make sewer and storm water safer for people and businesses, with the goal of eliminating waste from the water supply and increasing its use.
Transportation: The Seattle Department of Transportation is working on a plan to improve traffic flow by connecting the new bridge over Lake Washington to the Interstate 5 corridor.
It’s expected to open in 2021.
The state and federal government will help pay for the project.