- Domestic Wastewater Treatment
- Drinking Water Treatment
- Environmental Monitoring and Shale Gas Development
- Watershed Management
- Surface Water Monitoring
- Project Management
Jennifer Hause grew up in rural West Virginia, in the heart of coal country. She earned her BS in civil engineering in 1991 and her MS in civil engineering in 1997. Both degrees were earned at WVU. Jennifer specializes in environmental engineering and water resources.
When Hause first came to the EI/NRCCE, she worked as an engineering scientist. In 2010, she took on the position of program manager for the West Virginia Water Research Institute. She has attended numerous training session and holds many certifications and licenses for working with rural water systems and disaster relief.
Hause 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.
In her spare time, Hause enjoys spending time with her family and being outside.