Sarah Hartman, Technology Development Fellow at Caminos de Agua

I am an Engineer in Training from Delaware, USA. I graduated from university in 2017 with an Honors Bachelors in Engineering. I am the recipient of the Harry S Truman Scholarship. My professional work has focused on water and wastewater technologies in every corner of the world. I work in designing, prototyping, and producing novel systems for water and wastewater treatment. Past work includes: a semipermeable membrane toilet with pilots in India; a floating wetland system with a pilot in Delaware; arid wastewater system research for application in Mongolia; a drinking water treatment system for a village in the Philippines; and my current project, a filter system for removal of arsenic and fluoride in Mexico. I am fluent in English, advanced in French, intermediate in Spanish, and speak basic Mandarin Chinese.