Christine Gan – Wastewater EIT

Christine Gan Brings Research to the Industry

Christine Gan’s interest in developing and implementing innovative technologies for wastewater treatment plays big part in why she joined Bishop Water Technologies as a Wastewater Engineer in Training (E.I.T.).

Since joining the company in May 2017, Christine has quickly established herself as an invaluable member of the team. She plays a key role in the planning and execution of BioCord and Geotube research projects in coordination with internal staff and academic institutions to ensure that the systems are working as effectively as possible. Christine also coordinates dewatering tests for Geotube projects, writing reports and communicating the results to clients.

Prior to joining Bishop Water, Christine was a Research Associate at Queen’s University. During this time, she worked with Professor Pascale Champagne in the Department of Civil Engineering to examine how low-impact wastewater technologies can help improve wastewater treatment in Canada’s rural and northern communities. Christine says that it was through her research at Queen’s University that she became interested in wastewater treatment technologies.

Christine has a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Biochemistry from Queen’s University, a Master’s of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.) in Chemical and Environmental Engineering and an Environmental Professional (EP) certification from Environmental Careers Organization (ECO) Canada.

Learn more about Christine’s research on the effectiveness of BioCord in improving treatment performance at the Storring Septic lagoon system in Tamworth, Ontario.

Contact Christine:

Christine Gan
Wastewater E.I.T.
343-361-0463 x 25