Chris Easter

Chris Easter

Senior Odor Control Technologist

Chris is a senior odor control technologist and project manager. He has degrees from the University of Richmond in biology, as well as a bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering and a master’s in civil engineering from Virginia Tech. 

Chris has 27 years of engineering experience. He has completed over 70 odor control and corrosion-related projects and published or presented more than 70 conference and peer-reviewed journal papers. Chris has completed many odor control master planning evaluations to assist clients in setting and meeting odor impact goals to minimize risk of nuisance impacts to local communities.

Chris is a member of the WEF Odor and Air Pollution Committee and is a contributing author in several air- and odor-related text and studies, including the WEF MOP 8, the EPA Biosolids Manual, and the WERF Collection Systems Odor and Corrosion Study.