Allegra da Silva is Brown & Caldwell’s PFAS National Municipal Coordinator and Regional One Water Leader, working to improve water and wastewater treatment, expand the field of water recycling and reuse, and evaluate alternative sources of water. She works with clients to address the removal of pathogens and emerging contaminants in order to expand alternative water supplies safely for the protection of public health and benefit of the environment.
Allegra has nearly two decades' experience in engineering and public health. She is working on a number of innovative research and development projects to improve water treatment and reduce energy consumption. She is serving on an industry panel to provide guidance to wastewater workers vis-a-vis COVID-19. Prior to entering consulting, she worked at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).