DR. ENG. Muthumbi Waweru

DR. ENG. Muthumbi Waweru is an accomplished consultant and research; he is a holder of Ph.D. in Applied Biological Sciences, option – Environmental Technology, Ghent University, Belgium. He is a registered environmental expert with National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA Reg. No: 0122). He has over 15 years of experience in environmental management and extensive research on environmental and Biosystems Engineering.
Dr. Muthumbi has undertaken many consultancy assignments namely:
i. Environment and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA);
ii. Environmental Audits (EA);
iii. Waste Water and Solid Waste Management;
iv. Environmental Risks Assessments (ERA);
v. Environment Health and Safety (EHS);
vi. Natural Resources Management;
vii. Water Resources Management; and
viii. Project Planning and Management (PMM)
ix. Resettlement Action Plan (RAP)
x. Green Certification
xi. Energy Management
Dr. Muthumbi has been undertaking research on topical issues in the contemporary environmental/engineering spheres. He has many publications on the various researches undertaken. In addition, Dr. Muthumbi has been imparting knowledge to both the undergraduate and postgraduate students in the University of Nairobi and Kenyatta University for the last 9 years.
I was among the premier group of environmental professionals who were registered as EIA/EA experts in 2004. Over the last 13 years, I have been involved in carrying out Environmental Impact Assessment Studies/Project Reports for development projects to establish their impact on the environment as per the 3rd schedule of EMCA, 1999. I have also carried out numerous Environmental Audits for existing enterprises as per the requirements of EMCA, 1999.
As a lecturer, over the last 17 years, I have taught diverse courses in the area of environmental engineering and environmental science and technology. I have also authored one teaching module titled ‘Environmental Engineering Fundamentals’ -The Physics, Chemistry and Biology”.

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