Water is life, but many people take it for granted. As global populations increase and standards of living rise, so do demands on our collective water resources. We need to make fundamental changes to how we view and treat water and wastewater. As a water engineer, Henry wants to be part of the team that makes those changes happen.
Henry works on a full range of water treatment projects, from drinking water to complex industrial wastewaters. He enjoys the challenge of tackling hard-to-treat contaminants and piloting novel process trains and is not afraid to get his hands dirty operating these systems. A researcher in the Stantec Institute for Water Technology & Policy, Henry focuses on contaminants of emerging concern, looking to integrate artificial intelligence and machine learning with water treatment.
One of Henry’s passions is global development. He believes that we have a responsibility to give back to the less fortunate by improving access to clean water—all over the world. When he’s not working, Henry and his wife enjoy walking their two dogs or riding their bikes around Iowa.