Potable Water Tank Inspection & Cleaning

Our inspectors have the right training and equipment to get your job done safely

Tower inspectors need special training.

The Environmental Training Institute at UT Arlington is offering a new course from a different point of view.  WTR 308 Water Storage Inspection Techniques is a 16hr class designed to give you a good understanding of how to safely inspect and document potable water storage tanks and towers.  I was contracted to develop the course earlier this year and now I have also been hired to be the instructor.  I will be taking a look at the safety concerns of working at height and in confined spaces.  We will review what the key inspection points are, high-tech inspection tools and the best ways to document what you find.  The class is now listed in the Environmental Training Institute Summer Catalog and online at:


The inspection and cleaning of water storage tanks is important to the health of a water system and important to people who drink from it.

The Ron Perrin Clean Water Tank Project, Inc. is now designated as a 501 (c) 3 by the Internal Revenue Service and has been Incorporated by the Texas Secretary of State as a Nonprofit Corporation.

Check out our blog and take the poll at:

Our Mission: To promote the safe inspection and cleaning of water storage tanks and towers. We plan to do this with our blog, publications and film.  The Working title to our film is Out of Sight, Out of Mind: What’s in Your Water?  We sill soon have a crowd funding  event to get the movie going too.

Advertisement space is now available on our blog we are also accepting on topic post with links to the authors webpage.  To contribute content to the film or the blog contact Ron Perrin at RonPerrinCSHO@gmail.com.  If you would like to show your support for our mission a donation as small as $2 is a great way to show you care about this issue.

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Water Tower

Water Tower

Please write a review, we would love to post your comments about our service. We are celebrating our 18th year inspecting and cleaning water storage tanks and towers. I am proud to report that I have maintained my first customer this entire time. We now have many utilities we have serviced for over 17 years. Old or new, if you are one of our customers we would like to hear from you! Please take a minute and write a short review on our Facebook page!


Mission Main Street Grants

Thanks to your support we made it to the judging phase of the Mission Main Street Grants program from Chase! We are in the running for a $100,000 grant and a trip to LinkedIn HQ. Recipients will be announced in September – wish us luck!  Be sure to like our Page on FACEBOOK!


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In the News

November 7th, 2014, Ginger Allen and the CBS 11 i-Team watches as my company inspects and cleans a north Texas water tower. The tower was cleaned as a normal maintenance procedure. A light- brown dusting of sediment was removed from the interior floor before it could get deep enough to support bacteria and become a problem.  


The tower was cleaned by a Commercial Diver who was trained at OCEAN CORP, Houston, Texas. The Diver is sealed in his own environment, then washed down with a chlorine solution. Because we specialize in the inspection and cleaning of Potable Water Storage Facilities, all of our equipment is purchased for, and only used in, potable water.

This utility is doing a great job of maintaining their system. However, utility managers across the country struggle to get the funds to properly maintain their systems. The EPA is currently considering a regulation that would require all water storage facilities to be inspected and cleaned at regular intervals. This new requirement could improve the water quality for millions of Americans.

Ron Perrin Speaks to I-Team Reporter Ginger Allen

Ron Perrin Speaks to I-Team Reporter Ginger Allen


The EPA is taking comments on this proposed regulation until the end of the year. We have the contact information posted on our blog, or you can just take our poll at: www.cleanwatertankproject.com. The poll results will be turned in to the EPA at the end of the year.

Sediment being removed

Sediment being removed





Safe tap water is something everyone should have.



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Photos taken by

RPWT Office Manager Debi Wheelan

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100_0370Sediment being removed from the floor of a water storage tank.

Our potable water dive crew is available to clean both water storage tanks and towers.

See: http://www.ronperrin.com  for more insormation or call

888-481-1768 for a free quote.