Chris Ebener is a mechanical engineer with a proven track record of diagnosing and remediating public water system issues of various size and complexity. He solves the problems that others can’t. Chris is an expert on the bio-chemical make-up of facility water systems, system architecture, as well as various methodologies of public drinking water treatment. His passion is safe facility drinking water. Chris’s presentations enlighten audiences on the bacteria hosted within their pipes, disinfection, and impact on value based metrics. He also moderates discussions about how facilities have proactively solved or remediated their public water challenges. Chris was honored as an educational speaker at esteemed events such as the inaugural NSF Legionella Conference and multiple others.