BROWN, JEANETTE | Manhattan College

Professor of Practice, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Jeanette Brown

Jeanette Brown

Jeanette Brown is a registered professional engineer in Connecticut and Pennsylvania, a Board Certified Environmental Engineer, and a Diplomat in the American Academy of Water Resource Engineers. Her areas of expertise include biological nutrient removal, biosolids management, and energy recovery from wastewater using processes such as anaerobic digestion and gasification. She has published and presented numerous papers at various national and international conferences.

She is a Past President of the Water Environment Federation, American Academy of Environmental Engineers and EWRI/ASCE and was selected as the prestigious Kappa Lecturer by AAEES in 2008. She is the past executive director of the Stamford (CT) Water Pollution Control Authority and a certified wastewater treatment plant operator. At Stamford, Dr. Brown was responsible for the operation of a 24-million-gallon-per-day advance wastewater treatment plant, 25 pumping stations and 300 miles of sanitary sewer systems. She has been a leader in the nitrogen program for Long Island Sound, in addition to serving on the Nitrogen Credit Advisory Committee.

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