Jim O'Hara Claims Higher Moral Ground for Non Chemicals Water Treatment Systems Salesmen
June 04, 2006
As Regional Field Manager for Clearwater-Dolphin Corporation Jim O'Hara sells non chemicals water treatment systems. To his mind, this puts him a step above the typical chemicals salesman.
Not only does he think the technology deserves greater attention; he says those who sell these systems deserve far greater respect from the buying public.
With 26 years as a former chemical salesman, O'Hara says he feels justified in claiming that the non chemicals salesmen have a lot more to offer: in technology, in expertise, even in what he sees as an "altruistic interest" in their customers.
According to O'Hara, today's non chemicals systems tend to offer the customer tremendous savings over the life of the equipment. In addition to energy savings, there are water savings (both incoming and the more expensive outgoing), record keeping savings (no tracking of biocides), and savings in various regulatory compliance costs.
You can read O'Hara's entire article here (PDF), including some installation photos.