David Sedlak is co-director of the Berkeley Water Center and author of the 2014 book Water 4.0: The Past, Present and Future of the World’s Most Vital Resource. His research focuses on the fate of chemical contaminants, with the long-term goal of developing cost-effective, safe and sustainable systems to manage water resources. He is particularly interested in the development of local sources of water and develops new approaches for managing the urban water cycle, such as passive systems for treatment of chemicals in urban runoff, as well as water reuse.
Sessions as a Speaker
- University of California, Berkeley: Wheeler Hall Auditorium