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Brandon Cruz has a B.S in Environmental Engineering from Arizona State University and a M.S in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. During his undergraduate degree, he was a member of the Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment center where he assisted research on nanoparticle-enabled optical fibers. Here, he performed experiments on UV microbial inactivation via chemical actinometry and spectroradiometry. He also led a project on degradation of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) with reactive oxygen species through titanium dioxide nanoparticle photocatalysis on optical fibers. At UC Berkeley, he evaluated bench scale ion exchange and membrane systems for nutrient recovery from source separated urine. At Trussell, Brandon has supported work on risk-based health benchmark evaluation for onsite non-potable water systems (ONWS) and potable reuse. He is also involved in design projects, permitting, and internal project management.

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