Water and Waste Management

Water and Waste Management

Few services are as vital to the health of a community than the management of water and wastewater.  Though we often take it for granted, efficient processing of our water and wastewater determines where people can live and work.  It is the key to urban development and agriculture.


Meeting Direct Needs

Water and wastewater treatment plants may function with different processes, but both require similar control room furniture.  These requirements tend to be relatively simple - longevity, configurability, and durability.



ImageVision has worked with water treatment plants and wastewater plants in several U.S. cities.  Our custom furniture allows for use of either standard keyboard inputs or customized control panels.  Additionally, the all-steel construction and powder-coat finish will ensure that the desks can survive harsh environments for many years without requiring repair or replacement.  

Browse Our Workstations
Modular operator consoles for flat panel displays AgileVIEW-Control-Room-Furniture

Our most popular product line accommodates most types and sizes of flat screen displays.

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Fixed-height workstations for enclosed displays and equipment AbleVIEW Control Room Console

Our most rugged workstations have durability and flexibility for almost any application.

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Adjustable-height ergonomic workstations ErgonomicVIEW Sit-Stand Workstation

Our adjustable-height ergonomic workstations are ideal for sitting or standing applications.

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Our mobile sit-stand workstations Mobile-Height-Adjustable-Workstation

Mobile height adjustable workstation

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Case Studies

City of Johnson City, TN desired a showcase console for use in their new waste water treatment facility.

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Industry: Water and Waste Management
Application: Technical Furniture
"We had some corporate folks come through last week for a visit. They toured the control room at the power and recovery facility and noted how good the consoles looked. They asked for brochures and a contact so I gave them your information."
Keith Yeager, Project Engineer RockTenn Paper Company AgileVIEW Powerhouse Control Room