The Water Research Foundation (WRF) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will be highlighting a select group of advanced water resource recovery system projects recently awarded by DOE totaling $27.5 million. These projects will help provide sustainable water sources and affordable treatment options to industry, municipalities, agriculture, utilities, and the oil and gas sector. A complete list of the selected projects is available here.
Carollo’s National Wastewater Process and Innovation Lead Tanja Rauch-Williams will be among the presenters discussing the objectives and desired outcomes of two pilot projects being led by teams from universities, water utilities, manufacturers, national laboratories, and small and minority-owned businesses.
Jeff Moeller, Research Unit Leader, The Water Research Foundation
Tanja Rauch-Williams, National Wastewater Process and Innovation Lead, Carollo Engineers
George Wells, Assistant Professor, Northwestern University
Stephanie Klaus, PhD, Treatment Process Engineer, HRSD
Blair Wisdom, Director of Technology and Innovation, Metro Wastewater Reclamation District
Christobel Ferguson, PhD, Chief Innovation Officer, The Water Research Foundation
Melissa Klembara, Senior Technical Advisor (acting), Advanced Manufacturing Office, U.S. Department of Energy