On today’s Drilling In-Site, episode 13, we talk to Jim Tucci, national sales manager for Flomatic. We brought Jim on because he’s kind of an industry jack of all trades. The New York-based company recently named him to his current role, but he has worked in geothermal, environmental and water well drilling — even getting certified by the NGWA.
“To be a driller, you have to be a special person. … Everybody that’s in the industry knows what I’m saying. Drilling is not for everybody. Hard word, dirty work, dangerous work — I, personally, loved it.”
During his time as a driller, Tucci was recognized by the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) as a certified well driller and pump installer (CWD/PI) and as a certified vertical closed-loop driller (CVCLD). In addition, he has a master’s in environmental science, and degrees in physics and water resources. Given his breadth of experience, he had a lot to say about working on both the operator and manufacturer sides of the industry, ongoing education, and other topics. Check out today’s episode to hear more. Watch the video here or listen to the fuller audio version of our conversation at www.thedriller.com/insite-podcast. You can also find our show on Apple Podcasts. Search for Drilling In-Site, then hit Subscribe.
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Flomatic, based in in Glens Falls, N.Y., manufactures a range of valves for domestic and municipal water and wastewater applications. For more information, visit www.flomatic.com.
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