Mr Ehizuelen Imafidon holds a Bachelor Degree in Agriculture (Soil Science) from the University of Benin (Nigeria) and a master’s degree in Environmental Engineering from Cranfield University (UK).
Past research experience working on the following projects:
Establishing the potential of using Geobacter metallireducens for extracting Iron from sludge in biological reactors (September 2019; MSc Thesis)
Future innovations in Agricultural and Environmental Engineering in UK (February – May 2019; MSc group project)
Effect of tillage methods and efficacy of cordal gold formulation on weed regeneration under Cowpea Crop (2011; BSc Thesis)
Ehizuelen has also worked with the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in the department of geographic information system (GIS) as Scientific Officer (December 2015 – September 2019).
Developing a design guide that ensures the generation of suitable quality
water for use from municipal wastewater treatment using a combined chemical
addition and macrofiltration system.
Ehizuelen is currently pursuing a PhD in Water at Cranfield University. His research work focuses on the evaluation of combined chemical addition and macrofiltration for low energy and carbon wastewater treatment.