Evenin' all, I've got an interview on Tuesday for a position carrying out inspection and testing within water treatment plants. I have very little interview experience due to being with the same company from serving my time until last year, 20 years in all. I've also never worked in an industrial environment, or within water treatment plants, but it is an area I'm really interested in moving in to as I'm sick to death of working in a domestic environment. Has anyone ever worked within water treatment plants, or similar installations? Are there any areas I could educate myself in, e.g types of glands to be used for external and corrosive influences? Anything at all that might help me? I'll be honest, it took me a long time to try and improve myself as an electrician and my attitude wasn't always right but once I grew up a bit I've strived to better myself, and learn as much as I could to allow me to keep improving my knowledge. Getting this job would be the next step for me and it's a progression I really want to make. Any tips for interviews and areas to look at regulation wise would be greatly appreciated. Cheers.