About the owner.
Since 1992, Ron Perrin has been involved with the inspection and cleaning of potable water storage tanks, serving over 500 utilities in Texas and six other states.
He is a former Master Peace Officer and Security Consultant, licensed in the state of Texas.
Ron was one of the first to develop diving potable water tanks as a cleaning method in Texas by originating a company called TDI (Tank Diver Inspections) in 1992. By 1994, Ron had become one of the original principals at U.S. Underwater Services (later purchased by Neptune). At U.S. Underwater Services, Ron served as Director of Marketing and was promoted to Director of Operations during his last year at the firm.
In 1997, Ron established Ron Perrin Water Technologies. To date, they have inspected over 7,000 water storage tanks. The methods Ron has developed to inspect and clean potable water storage tanks and towers have saved millions of gallons of treated drinking water and have improved the quality in hundreds of water systems.
In 2013 Ron Perrin became an OSHA outreach trainer and is currently an authorized construction trainer.
Ron is also an instructor at the Environmental Training Institute - University of Texas, Arlington.
In 2017, Ron Perrin was one of only 20 North Texas business owners to be recognized by the Small Business Association, and offered training in the Emerging Leaders Executive Training Program. In the picture directly above, Ron is with SBA Regional Director Herbert Austin and Program Coordinator Lin O'Neill receiving a certificate for outstanding performance in the program.
Emerging Leaders Executive Training Program, 2017
Safety and Health Environmental Professional (SHEP), 2015
Certified Safety and Health Official (CSHO), 2014
Specialist in Safety and Health (SSH), 2013
Inspecting and Cleaning Potable Water Storage (Second Edition Due out in 2018) 158 page book. SBN 10: 1-4415-3244-7
Municipal Sewer & Water magazine: September 2010 edition; Pages 94-95;
Article title: Look Inside - Inspection & Cleaning of Potable Water Storage Tanks
Texas Water Utility Journal; August 2014 edition; Pages 20-22
Article title: Record High Temperatures May Activate Hidden Microbes in Your Water Distribution System - What’s Hiding in Your Distribution System?