Finding a job that fits you, pays well AND is meaningful is amazing. If you like freedom and change you might like operating a wastewater treatment plant. We’ll help you find out – and pay to train you.

Our business is unconventional – and that works for a lot of our employees We get it. Any of us who work here at King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD) have been asked what we do for a living – and we’ve seen the smirks and heard the giggles when we explain we help run…

Poofighters rock on and take the stage at world’s biggest, most extreme, wastewater Ops Challenge at WEFTEC in Chicago

When asked why he became a wastewater operator, Darek Kenaston reveals, “The more I got into it, the more I was interested. It was a good fit. I’ve always been around the water. I grew up in Florida, two blocks from the beach. I love the water, and why not be part of protecting it?”…

Sharing Our Know-How Across the Globe

Many developing Asian countries face unique challenges delivering quality wastewater services. In an effort to mentor these communities, a team of WTD employees participated in information sharing with a growing utility called URENCO in Dong Hoi, Vietnam. The collaboration was sponsored by the Asian Development Bank, which covered expenses for the trip. After visiting Vietnam,…