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Weston water treatment plant terminals

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This page presents the content of the terminals within the Weston water treatment plant as is in game.

Front Desk Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This desk terminal is located on the receptionists desk in the lobby.

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Welcome to Weston WaterLINC
Front Office

Memo: Weston Media Event[edit | edit source]

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To: All Employees
Re: Weston WELLness Media Event, 10/26

As a reminder, members of the local and national media will be touring the facility on Tuesday, 10/26, as part of the Weston WELLness press initiative. Employees are expected to be polite, courteous, and discreet at all times. All questions, especially those pertaining to the recent cholera outbreak, are to be directed to the nearest Weston Public Relations Officer.

Cartons of Weston Water will be distributed. Encourage the press to Taste Perfection(TM).

Expect double shifts on Wednesday to make up for lost productivity. --Saul

Office Supply Order[edit | edit source]

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Office Supply Order
Week of 10/17

1 Box
Weston WELLness Stationary

3 Cartons (60)
Weston Embossed Souvenier Pens

2 Boxes
Business Cards (Mr. Arenson, Mr. Marks)

50 Gallons
Nut Island Drinking Water

1 Crate (400)
Weston Water Cartons, Empty

Manager's Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This desk terminal is located on a desk in the office area of the lower floor.

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Welcome to Weston WaterLINC
Operations Manager - Mr. Saul Arenson

Memo: Weston Media Event[edit | edit source]

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To: All Employees
Re: Weston WELLness Media Event, 10/26

As a reminder, members of the local and national media will be touring the facility on Tuesday, 10/26, as part of the Weston WELLness press initiative. Employees are expected to be polite, courteous, and discreet at all times. All questions, especially those pertaining to the recent cholera outbreak, are to be directed to the nearest Weston Public Relations Officer.

Cartons of Weston Water will be distributed. Encourage the press to Taste Perfection(TM).

Expect double shifts on Wednesday to make up for lost productivity. --Saul

Memo: Operations Budget[edit | edit source]

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To: Senior Staff
Re: Operating Budget

The second quarter saw record losses in our Massachusetts Regional division. High operating costs and a difficult regulatory environment have led to some of the worst business conditions in recent years. Innovative solutions are urgently needed if we are to remain the market leader in civic and municipal utility services.

Management would like to commend the work of Mr. Saul Arenson, Weston Operations Manager, for his bold experiments in wasterwater recycling. We feel confident that the risks to public health are minimal, and the reduction in treatment costs will have a signficiant impact on our fiscal outlook.

Facilities Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This desk terminal is located on the desk within the xxxxx.

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Welcome to Weston WaterLINC
Facilities Office - Mr. Theodore Marks

Memo: Weston Media Event[edit | edit source]

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To: All Employees
Re: Weston WELLness Media Event, 10/26

As a reminder, members of the local and national media will be touring the facility on Tuesday, 10/26, as part of the Weston WELLness press initiative. Employees are expected to be polite, courteous, and discreet at all times. All questions, especially those pertaining to the recent cholera outbreak, are to be directed to the nearest Weston Public Relations Officer.

Cartons of Weston Water will be distributed. Encourage the press to Taste Perfection(TM).

Expect double shifts on Wednesday to make up for lost productivity. --Saul

Facilities Log[edit | edit source]

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Please select a log file to view:

10/18[edit | edit source]

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10/18

Finished waterproofing upgrades to the turret defense system. Initial tests seem promising-- the new sensors should shut them down if the place gets flooded out again. I'll just be grateful if they don't short out every other week.

10/19[edit | edit source]

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10/19

Well, they work. Emmis was cleaning the sedimentation tank and forgot to close the intake valve again. Big gusher. Turret 4 snapped shut before it took any damage, then popped back out as soon as they got the valve closed. Good as new. Too bad about Emmis, though.

10/21[edit | edit source]

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10/21

Routine maintainence on the flood control pumps. Not that they needed it. Central may have skimped on everything else, but those things will last forever.

10/22[edit | edit source]

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10/22

Saul's throwing some kind of press junket on Tuesday. Whole staff will be working overtime Monday to tidy up. Told them I needed the day to reprogram the turret system so it didn't shoot the guests. Ten minutes on that, and I can spend the rest of the day doing something more productive. Red Menace?

Flood Control Station[edit | edit source]

Note: This console terminal is located at the xxxxx.

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Welcome to Weston WaterLINC
Flood Control Station #1

Note: This header is displayed until xxxxx.

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--- ACTIVE ALERTS ---
ALERT: Flooding has been detected in the main chamber. Bulkhead doors have been sealed to minimize damage to the facility.

ALERT: Unable to connect to the emergency flood control pumps. Manual operation may be required.

ALERT: The main pump station is operating at reduced capacity due to flooding.

System Diagnostics[edit | edit source]

Note: This entry changes when each of the pumps are activated.

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--- FACILITY STATUS ---
Main Power: OFF
Secondary Power Supplies: 27%
Security System: <Token.Title=DN151SecurityStatus>

--- PUMP STATUS ---
Main Pump: <Token.Title=DN151MainPumpStatus>
Flood Control Pumps Active: <Token.ValueInt=DN151FloodPumpCount>/4
Flood Control Pump #1: <Token.Title=DN151FloodPump1Status>
Flood Control Pump #2: <Token.Title=DN151FloodPump2Status>
Flood Control Pump #3: <Token.Title=DN151FloodPump3Status>
Flood Control Pump #4: <Token.Title=DN151FloodPump4Status>

Operating Instructions[edit | edit source]

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Mark-VI Industrial Flood Control System
Operating Instructions

This facility has been equipped with [4] Mark-VI Emergency Flood Control Pumps. This fully-automated water removal solution should keep your facility secure and dry for decades to come.

In the unlikely event of a major flooding incident, a Mark-VI pump that has been fully submerged in water may stall. To restart the pump, use the automated software on this terminal, or locate the Pump Control Switch near the pump and flip the breaker. This will activate a secondary motor, which should clear the jam and return the pump to normal operation.

> Flood Control Pump Operations[edit | edit source]

Note: This command disappears once the manual operation is activated.

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Accessing Flood Control Pump #1...
ERROR 109: Unable to connect.

Please contact a technician for repairs. In the event of an emergency, locate the Pump Control Switch nearest the pump and use it to perform a manual restart.

Grounds Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This desk terminal is located on a desk in the xxxxx on the roof. It is locked Novice.

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Welcome to Weston WaterLINC
Grounds Office

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--- ACTIVE ALERTS ---
ALERT: Flooding has been detected in the main chamber. Bulkhead doors have been sealed to minimize damage to the facility.

ALERT: Unable to connect to the emergency flood control pumps. Manual operation may be required.

ALERT: The main pump station is operating at reduced capacity due to flooding.

Memo: Weston Media Event[edit | edit source]

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To: All Employees
Re: Weston WELLness Media Event, 10/26

As a reminder, members of the local and national media will be touring the facility on Tuesday, 10/26, as part of the Weston WELLness press initiative. Employees are expected to be polite, courteous, and discreet at all times. All questions, especially those pertaining to the recent cholera outbreak, are to be directed to the nearest Weston Public Relations Officer.

Cartons of Weston Water will be distributed. Encourage the press to Taste Perfection(TM).

Expect double shifts on Wednesday to make up for lost productivity. --Saul