Clearmake have established their service school in Noosaville, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. For two days, distributor representatives from around Australia gathered to learn more about Clearmake equipment and the developing technologies available to support commercial, industrial and government users to capture more water, use less mains water and protect the environment.
The workshop delivered intensive product and process training including new innovations, equipment installation, servicing and maintenance. The service school is planned to be a regular educational event to supplement site specific onsite training and development.
Clearmake have been designing and manufacturing water harvesting, treatment and recycling solutions for industry since 1993 and have supplied more than 3,000 systems Australia wide. Clearmake understand what various technologies can and cannot deliver and how a combination of multiple technologies can deliver even greater results.
Most of the systems Clearmake deliver have been designed to comply with local council, EPA, AQIS and OH&S requirements, or more recently Queensland’s mandatory Water Efficiency Management Plans (WEMPs) for large users. Clearmake’s objective is to offer the required level of support nationwide.