January 13, 2015
Morgantown, W.Va. – Jennifer Hause, a program coordinator with the West Virginia Water Research Institute, was featured in a West Virginia Public Broadcasting story entitled, “What Water Options Are Available In The Coalfields?”
Hause manages various projects covering a wide range of water quality and environmental impact topics. Prior to joining the WVWRI, Hause worked as a senior engineering scientist with the National Environmental Services Center focusing on drinking water and wastewater services to small communities across the United States. She has worked in the environmental field for over 20 years and holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering from West Virginia University.
Hause has attended numerous training session and holds certifications and licenses for working with rural water systems and disaster relief.
She has served on the West Virginia Sewage Advisory Board, the EPA Strategic Planning Committee for Decentralized Wasterwater Management, and the Water Environment Federation Small Community Committee.
Hause is available for comment and can be reached at Jennifer.Hause@mail.wvu.edu or by phone at 304-293-7003
CONATCT: Jennifer Hause; West Virginia Water Research Institute 304-293-7003; Jennifer.Hause@mail.wvu.edu
See also: WVPB
The West Virginia Water Research Institute is a program of the WVU National Research Center for Coal and Energy.