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Expert NameMr. Richard Tendai Tawamba
TitleResearch Engineer
Division
InstitutionEnvironment & Remote Sensing Institute
CityHarare
CountryZimbabwe
Telephone263 4 860 321/9
Emailrtawamba(at)sirdc.icon.co.zw
Work ExperienceConsiderable exposure in water resources management projects. My previous assignments have been in the planning, design, construction supervision and monitoring of water supply and treatment structures. These projects include the Morton Jaffray waterworks extensions which supply the Municipality of Harare and reservoirs for the Rusape Town Council. Expertise is also in wastewater management, an area that I specialized in for my M.Phil (Eng)) degree at the University of Birmingham, UK. As a research engineer in the Environment and Remote Sensing Institute, I have participated in the design of an environmental policy and strategy for the Zambezi River Authority, as well as offering training courses in environmental impact assessment. I have also been engaged as an environmental expert in the design of a business plan for the Zimbabwe Institute of Foundrymen, and as a water expert in a Norwegian supported TIDE project.
QualificationsM.Phil., (Civil Eng), University of Birmingham, UK, 1996 B.Sc.., (Eng. Hons. Civil), University of Zimbabwe, 1988
Number of Publications3
Awards
Other Activities- Corporate Member of the Zimbabwe Institution of Engineer (ZIE); - Member of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM)
Publications1. Tawamba, R.T., Gurajena, R., Chetsanga, C.J., 2000: Cleaner Production Activities in Zimbabwe, Env. Biotechnology and Cleaner Bio-Processes, pp. 299-305, Taylor and Francis, London; 2. Tawamba, R.T. and Forster, C.F. 1996: The Effect of Bromides and Iodides on the Performance of a Sequencing Batch Reactor Operating Under Low Level Salinity Conditions, Trans/ChemE, Vol. 74, pp. 259-264; 3. Tawamba, R.T. and Forster, CF., 1996: An Examination of the Characteristics of an Activated Sludge Operating Under Low Level Salinity Conditions, Microbios, Vol. 88, pp. 133-141.
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
Last updated10/05/2007 11:53:00
 

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