The Echo: Cork Wastewater firm to double workforce

by Aoife
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A Cork-based wastewater treatment business, Ireland Waste Water (IWW), has announced plans to double its staff numbers with the recruitment of 10 new workers.

IWW are looking to fill the positions – most of which will be based at their HQ in Cork, in several areas – namely, technical sales, service administration, finance, project management and general operations.

The recruitment drive is part of the business’s wider expansion plans following several years of steady and quickening growth. IWW has reported very strong demand for their newest addition to their product line – circle 7 – an innovative domestic and commercial water purifying system which is the first of its kind in the world.

However, the waste water specialists are reporting a “challenging” jobs marketplace in their quest to find the right candidates with experience required.

“Circle 7 is a unique wastewater purifying solution for homes, schools, factories and businesses throughout rural Ireland, that treats water in more environmentally friendly way, and to a higher standard than what’s currently achievable, saving households and businesses thousands of euros in the process.

“Since we launched Circle 7 earlier this year the demand has been phenomenal – people the length and breadth of the country have been getting in touch with us saying they have been looking for a solution just like this but had not been able to find one to date”. concluded Mary.

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