Christine Gan selected as finalist for 2021 Water’s Next Award

Christine Gan, our Wastewater Engineer (EIT), has been selected as a finalist in the 2012 Water’s Next Awards for the category of Young Professional Leader. 

We’re enormously proud that Christine is being recognized for the incredible work that she’s doing for Bishop Water and within the water industry. Christine is a key member of our BioCord Reactor team and has been instrumental in bringing this simple, low-energy wastewater treatment technology to market. 

Not only has she worked behind the scenes to refine system components and configurations, Christine has also led several research projects and pilot studies that have greatly expanded our understanding of energy-efficient aeration and fluid dynamics in a BioCord system. As you might expect, her efforts culminated in a full-scale installation of BioCord Reactors to upgrade the lagoons at the Limoges WWTF

More recently, she’s turned her attention to develop fully-integrated wastewater treatment systems that leverage the simplicity, energy efficiency and affordability of our other core products offerings, the Bishop Solids Management Solution and ClariPhos™ Rare Earth Coagulant for phosphorus removal. 

Christine is also active in many water-related organizations and is a dedicated volunteer working with students and community groups to share her knowledge in wastewater management and water conservation. 

We hope that you’ll join us in supporting Christine on June 10, 2021 when Water Canada announces the winners of the Water’s Next Awards at the Canadian Water Summit.

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Learn more about our simple, low-energy wastewater treatment solutions.