Publications

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1990
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "S.O Dulo (1990). "Sanitation a Priority".". In: Proceedings of the annual seminar of the Kenya Society of Agricultural Engineers. University of Nairobi. HABRI,UoN; 1990.
1991
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "S.O Dulo and J. Malombe (1991). Infrastructure of Housing Schemes in Nyeri Municipality.". In: Proceedings of the United Nations Training Program in Housing at the University of Nairobi. Pg 325-335. HABRI,UoN; 1991.
1992
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "S.O Dulo (1992). Use of Cement Stabilised Soil blocks.". In: Proceedings of the Annual Seminar for the Kenya Society of Agricultural Engineers, held at the Jomo Kenyatta University College of Agriculture and Technology, Juja, Kiambu. HABRI,UoN; 1992.
1999
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "Draft Specifications for the Production of Rice Husk Ash as a Pozzolana in Kenya. A report presented to the Kenya Bureau of Standards.". In: Journal of Civil Engineering, JKUAT Vol. 8, March 2003, pg 13-26. HABRI,UoN; 1999.
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "S.O Dulo (1999). Solid Waste Management Privatisation in Nairobi City.". In: Proceedings of the 25th WEDC Conference on Integrated Development for Water Supply and Sanitation. HABRI,UoN; 1999.
2001
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "P.M Syagga, B. Waswa-Sabuni, G.N Kamau and S.O Dulo (2001). Potential for the Use of Rice Husk Ash as a Pozzolana in the Building Industry in Kenya.". In: 4. Discovery and Innovations Vol. 13 No 3/4.Dec 2001, ISSN: 1015-079X. HABRI,UoN; 2001.
2002
Kamau GN, Dulo SO, Syagga PM, Waswa-Sabuni B. "Rice Husk Ash Cement - An Alternative Pozzolana Cement For Kenyan Building Industry.".; 2002.
2003
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "P.M Syagga, B Waswa-Sabuni, G.N Kamau and S.O Dulo (2003). Rice Husk Ash Cement - An Alternative Pozzolana Cement for Kenyan Building Industry.". In: Journal of Civil Engineering, JKUAT Vol. 8, March 2003, pg 13-26. UNDPCap-Net, March 2009.; 2003.
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "P.M Syagga, B Waswa-Sabuni, G.N Kamau and S.O Dulo (2003). Utilisation of Agro Based Pozzolanas in the Building Industry in Kenya.". In: Proceedings of the International Civil Engineering Conference on Sustainable Development in the 21st Century, 12th . HABRI,UoN; 2003.
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "S.O Dulo (2003). Potential for the Privatisation of Solid Waste Management in Kisumu City.". In: Proceedings of the International Civil Engineering Conference on Sustainable Development in the 21st Century, 12th . HABRI,UoN; 2003.
Dulo SO. "Determination of some Physico-chemical parameters of the Nairobi River, Kenya.". 2003. AbstractWebsite

This paper discusses the results of a study carried out in 2003 on the water quality of Nairobi River on the basis of pollution parameters and water quality index. The study aimed at establishing whether the water meets the surface water quality criteria for water supply. The area of study in Nairobi River was within its entry and exit of Nairobi province. It was observed that human activities along the river with visible encroachment to the banks, contribute to the heavy level of pollution of the river. This is the section that industrial discharges and municipal sewerage are discharged into the river. The study was carried out through field surveys and laboratory tests on samples taken from the river. The results obtained from laboratory tests were analysed and compared to the established surface water quality criteria by A.S.C.E, W.H.O, Natural watercourses Standards of Kenya and classification of rivers by Royal Commission on Sewage Disposal. Human activities along the river course have severely impacted on the River water quality. The study area had average pH of 7.04; the average turbidity was 41.5N.T.U, the average suspended solids in the section was 116.43 mg/l, the average dissolved oxygen was 4.32mg/l. the average BOD was 182.5mg/l. The average COD for the reach studied was 49.5mg/l. The river was therefore classified as bad according to Klein 1966. The study concluded that the Nairobi River within Nairobi province was badly polluted as indicated by the water quality index analysis. The WQI gives a value of 49.27, fall between the numerical ranges of the classification of bad (26-50).

2005
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "Flood and Drought Forecasting and Early Warning Program (For the Nile Basin).". In: A Research report for the Nile Basin Capacity Building Network for River Engineering. HABRI,UoN; 2005.
2008
Dulo SO. "Knowledge Management and Capacity Building in IWRM in Kenya.". In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Re-orienting Civil Engineering Education and Training, September 2008, pp, 113-118. HABRI,UoN; 2008.
2009
2010
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "Solid Waste Management ISBN No #39649 978-3-639-30918-8.". In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Re-orienting Civil Engineering Education and Training, September 2008, pp, 113-118. HABRI,UoN; 2010.
2011
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "Assessment of Urban Water Supply: Case Study of Athi Town.". In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Re-orienting Civil Engineering Education and Training, September 2008, pp, 113-118. Lulu Publishers. ISBN- 978-1-105-09985-4; 2011.
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "Munyaneza, O., Ndayisaba, C., Wali, U.G., Mulungu, M.M. D., and Dulo, O. S., 2011. Integrated Flood and Drought Management for Sustainable Development in the Kagera River Basin.". In: Nile Water Science and Engineering Journal, 4(1): 60-70. Nile Water Science and Engineering Journal; 2011.
2012
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "Dulo S. O and Njunguna W. S. Modelling Chenge in Development on Urban Runoff.". In: National Hydrological Society Conference. UNESCO - HSK; 2012. Abstract
Cities around the world are currently facing considerable pressure to cope with infrastructure provision amidst rapid urban development and economic growth. Kenya is also facing an increasing growth of informal settlements in her urban centres. As rapid urbanization takes its toll, so has the development and growth of slums. More than 34% of Kenya‟s total population lives in urban areas and of this, more than 71% is confined in informal settlements (UN-Habitat, 2009). This paper presents the result of study to assess the effects of the change in land use in two sub-catchments, in an urban area close to the Nairobi Central Business District (NCBD). The paper compares the change in land use of two regions in Nairobi, Kenya that are slowly changing due to the fast growing population and economy, on urban runoff.
2015
D.O. O, S.O. D, M. O, G.O O. Country Diagnostic Report, Kenya. Lonon: University of Oxford; 2015.
D.O O. "Country Diagnostic Report, Kenya.". In: International Water Security Conference. Oxford, UK; 2015.
Olago, D. O., Dulo, Kanoti. Sustaining Urban Groundwater-Fed Water Supplies and Sanitation Systems in Africa. London: The Royal Society; 2015.
2016
W.D O, S.O D, A PM. "Determining Break Down of Hydrocarbons in Effluent Discharges from Petroleum Service Stations." Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering . 2016;Vol. 1(No. 5):112-117 .
W.D. O, S.O. D, P.M.A O. "Effectiveness of Aerobic Microbials in Breaking Down of Hydrocarbons in Effluent Discharges from Petroleum Service Stations." ICASTOR Journal of Engineering. 2016;Vol. 9(No. 2):95-109.
Submitted
O. DRDULOSIMEON. "Integrated Flood and Drought Management for Sustainable Development in the Nile Basin the Case of Nzoia River Basins.". In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Re-orienting Civil Engineering Education and Training, September 2008, pp, 113-118.; Submitted.
Dulo, Simeon, Otieno;, Odira P(S)PM. Impact of poor solid waste management in Kenya on groundwater .; Submitted. Abstract

One of the most obvious impacts of rapid urbanization and economic development can be witnessed in the form of uncollected municipal solid waste. The study reports on solid waste management in selected towns in Kenya. It reviews the collection, handling, policy support, institutional development, private sector involment, user participation, technical development and waste management. The study revealed that the urban councils were grappling with challenges of preventing environmental degradation due to non-systematic solid waste management and the impetus in pollution control was rather slow and seems to be mostly crisis driven.

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