Ashley Evans, Environmental Engineer
Arcadis U.S., Inc., Austin, Texas
Ashley, 28, is leading efforts across the country to address manganese breakthrough across biofiltration, combat cyanotoxins, optimize filtration operational strategies, improve distribution system water quality, and manage zebra mussel infestations. She is also working with Texas municipalities to protect local watersheds and implement aquifer storage and recovery. In partnership with the Water Research Foundation, she’s leading biofiltration and nitrosamine research to develop new tools for utilities. Additionally, through the American Water Works Association, she led the biofiltration committee in drafting new sections of the Ten State Standards, completed a webinar on zebra mussel control, and is the current Biological Drinking Water Treatment Research Subcommittee Chair.
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