Dr. Enos C. Inniss has been working in water quality since 1993. Then as an undergraduate research student at Texas A&M he decided he wanted to pursue this area more. After graduating with a B.S. in civil engineering in 1995 he attended the University of Notre Dame where he studied bioremediation of the groundwater contaminant perchloroethylene (PCE). With the completion of his Ph.D. at the end of 2000, he started working at the University of Texas at San Antonio and then moved to the University of Missouri in 2007.

His current projects fall in the categories of:

Storm Water Runoff Management

Focused on bioretention performance evaluation…

Drinking Water Treatment Compliance

Focused on disinfection by-product compliance…

A listing of some of his publications are available.