This is a picture of me holding the conductivity meter, right before I take a reading from today’s sludge samples. PWD is currently working with OpenCell, a company who is doing a trial run on some of the sludge that is taken out of the wastewater. The engineers at PWD are assisting in this year-long trial by measuring the conductivity of both the untreated and treated samples of sludge from OpenCell. While my coworker is out of the office , I’ve been assigned to take these samples and record the results into our computer (so naturally I take selfies of me with the meter). It’s only been a few months with OpenCell so I will have more information to come about their findings!
June 18, 2013
I am currently a senior at Lehigh University pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. My blog this semester will be about my last undergraduate year at Lehigh: academics, social events & unexpected day to day occurrences. I'm really excited to share my thoughts, stories, and advice with anyone reading, since I know that all students go through very similar experiences. I can't wait to explore all of the opportunities that the field of Civil Engineering has to offer & I'm excited to live out my last year at Lehigh to the fullest! View all posts by lusamantha14
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