Marlene Angela Lange
Marlene Lange was a Researcher at Ecologic Institute Berlin, where her work focused on the water supply and wastewater sector. She is also interested in sustainable resource management and reuse. Marlene Lange works in German and English and has good knowledge of Spanish, Portuguese, and French.
At Ecologic Institute she worked on environmental and health-related indicators in the benchmarking of water suppliers for the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA). She was involved in projects regarding measures for adapting to climate change and the reduction of emerging water pollutants. She focused on the implementation of water policies from a technical perspective.
Before joining Ecologic Institute, Marlene Lange worked at the Chair of Water Quality Control of the Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin, Germany) on a research project financed by Airbus S.A.S. In addition to developing a disinfection system for mobile water supply systems, she provided thesis support for students in the environmental technology master's program and participated in an exchange program of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with the Universidad Tecnica de Oruro (Bolivia).
Marlene Lange studied environmental engineering at the TU Berlin. She specialized in water supply and waste water treatment with a particular focus on environmental microbiology and physical and chemical processes. She completed her master's thesis at the Colorado School of Mines (CO, USA), where she developed a bench-scale fouling protocol to predict fouling in high-pressure membrane applications.