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  • Records and Supplies Specialist
    Stamps outgoing mail by hand or with postage meter. Ability to operate and maintain an approved USPS meter machine....
  • Material Processing Helper
    Dismantling and stripping entrance conduits, meter. Serving six million customers in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions....
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  • Midwest Meter Inc
  • Industry: Water Utilities
  • City: Edinburg, IL
  • Midwest Meter, Inc. was founded in 1963 to serve the waterworks industry in downstate Illinois as a water-meter testing and rebuilding facility. The operation served several municipalities throughout central Illinois, servicing all brands and sizes of water meters. It also served in the capacity as a jobber for Badger Meter, Inc. Over the next 17 years, the company continued to expand its services and sales to many communities and water districts throughout central and southern Illinois. In 1980, the company was purchased by its current owner and president, Don Luttrell. In 1986, the company became a distributor for Badger...