Location: Kumasi - Ashanti Region, Ghana, W/A
Postal Address: P. O. Box 854, Kumasi Fax: +233 (0)3220-22387
Tel: +233 (0)3220-22387, +233 (0)3220-22388
Engr. Prof. M. A. Acheampong was born on 21 October 1969 in Kumasi, Ghana. He is an Environmental/Chemical Engineer by training and has blended this background with expertise in Environmental Biotechnology. He obtained his B.Sc. (Chemical Engineering) and M.Sc. (Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation) degrees from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana in 1996 and 2005, respectively. In October 2013, he obtained a joint PhD degree in Environmental/Chemical Engineering from the UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education and the Wageningen University, The Netherlands.
Engr. Prof. Acheampong worked for Unilever (Ghana) Limited (1996), Nestlé (Ghana) Limited (1997 - 1998), Premier Distribution Agency and Demax investments (1998 - May 2003) before joining Kumasi Polytechnic in May 2003 as a Senior Instructor in the department of Chemical Engineering. Through hard work and dedication to duty, he became a Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in 2005 and 2011, respectively. He was appointed on promotion to Associate Professor (Department of Chemical Engineering) in 2014.
Engr. Prof. Acheampong was appointed the head of the Chemical Engineering department of the Polytechnic from September 2007 to February 2009 and September 2014 to September 2015. He was the acting head of the Chemical Engineering Department from June to August, 2014. Currently, Prof. Acheampong is the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering of Kumasi Polytechnic and an Associate Member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers, UK. Prof. Acheampong is an Environmental/Chemical Engineering Consultant and a Part-time Associate Professor at the Ghana Technology University College/Coventry University Graduate School.
Engr. Prof. Acheampong is an expert on metallurgical wastewater treatment using sorption technology. He also has expertise in the area of Chemical process and products development, Industrial safety, Environmental monitoring and assessment, Pollution prevention and control techniques, Wastewater quality management, Freshwater quality management, Solid waste management, Water and wastewater treatment and Writing of environmental reports (EMP, PER, EIA). He is an advocate for a "Cleaner Production Technology" for the sustainability of the environment.
Engr. Prof. Acheampong has research collaborations with individual researchers in the relevant departments of a number of local and international academic institutions. Notably among them are CSIR Water Research Institute , Accra (Ghana), College of Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering, KNUST , Kumasi (Ghana), Department of Environmental Engineering and Water Technology, UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft (The Netherlands), Department of Environmental Engineering and Management, Asian Institute of Technology, (Thailand), Department of Biotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology (India), Laboratory of Separation and Reaction Engineering, Universidade do Porto (Porto, Portugal) and College of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, University of South Florida (USA).
He has published 32 scholarly papers since 2009, including 8 conference papers and a book. In 2013, he published the book "Sustainable gold mining wastewater treatment by sorption using low-cost materials (ISBN: 978-1-138-00165-7)".
Prof. Acheampong is married to Rita D. Acheampong (Mrs.) with three lovely children, Manuella, Mike Jnr. and Philbert.
PhD (Environmental/Chemical Engineering), UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft and Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 2013
M.Sc. (Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation), KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana, 2005
B.Sc. (Hons) Chemical Engineering, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana, 1996
1. Environmental/Chemical Engineering
2. Chemical Products Development
3. Water and Wastewater Treatment
4. Sorption and Biosorption of Heavy Metals
5. Environmental Biotechnology
6. EIA of Water and Wastewater Related Projects
7. Water Quality Management
8. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
9. Environmental Sustainability
10. Safety, Pollution Prevention and Control
11. Solid Waste Management
Chemical Process Industries
Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering Process and Plant Design
Heat and Mass Transfer Operations
Safety and Pollution Control
Water and Wastewater Treatment Technology
Chemical Engineering Laboratory
Pollution Prevention and Control
Chemical Process Plant design
Sustainability and Environmental Management System
Environmental Disaster Management
1 January 2017 - Present I am the most senior academic and in the absence of an Interim Pro Vice Chancellor, I act as Vice Chancellor whenever the Interim Vice Chancellor is absent, Kumasi Technical University, Kumasi, Ghana
23 - 24 October 2016 Acting Vice Chancellor, Kumasi Technical University, Kumasi, Ghana
20 Oct. 2016 Acting Rector, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
29 Sept. - 10 Oct. 2016 Acting Rector, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
02 Sept. 2016 Acting Rector, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
April 2016 – Present Adjunct Professor, M.Sc. Programmes, Marine Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Regional Maritme University, Accra, Ghana
Feb. 2016 - Present Visiting Associate Professor, Graduate School, Coventry University Masters Programme, Ghana Technology University College, Kumasi Campus, Kumasi
Jan. 2016 – Present Visiting Professor, Chemical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Madonna University, Akpogu Campus, Enugu State, Nigeria
Jan. 2015 - Feb. 2016 Part-time Senior Lecturer, Graduate School, Coventry University Masters Programme, Ghana Technology University College, Kumasi Campus, Kumasi
Sept. 2015 – Present Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
Sept. 2014 – Sept. 2015 Associate Professor and Head, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
Jun. 2014 – Jul. 2014 Associate Professor and Acting Head, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
Jan. 2014 – Present Associate Professor, Department of chemical engineering, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
Jan. 2011 – Jan. 2014 Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
Mar. 2009 – Jan. 2011 Lecturer, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
Oct. 2007 - Mar. 2009 Lecturer and Head, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
June 2005 – Oct. 2007 Lecturer, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
May 2003 – June 2005 Senior Instructor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
May 2003 – Present Chief Executive Officer, Demax Investment, Accra and Kumasi (Personal Business)
May 2005 - May 2006 Factory Manager (Part-Time), Motre Dame Industries Ltd., Kumasi, Ghana
Jan. 1998 - May 2000 Director, Premier Distribution Agency, Accra, Ghana
1997 Management Trainee/Shift Manager, Nestle Ghana Limited, Tema, Ghana
1996 Production Assistant/Acting Shift Manager (National Service), Lever Brothers Division, Unilever (Gh) Ltd, Tema Factory
Aug. 1994 – Sept. 1994 Laboratory/Field Assistant (Vacation Attachment), Water Resources Research Institute (CSIR), Accra, Ghana
Sept. 1990 – Aug. 1991 Teacher (National Service), Police Education Unit, Accra, Ghana
CONFERENCES/ WORKSHOPS/SEMINARS ORGANISED
THESIS SUPERVISION AND ASSESSMENT
1. External Examiner – PhD/MSc Thesis and Proposal, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa (January 2017 – Present)
2. External Examiner - MSc Thesis, Department of Mechanical Engineering, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana (September 2016 - Present).
3. External Examiner/Supervisor - PhD Thesis on Water Treatment Technology, Department of Chemistry, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana (August 2016 - Present).
4. External Examiner - MSc Thesis, Department of Food Science & Technology, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana (April 2014 - Present).
Thesis Supervision Name of PhD Fellow: Michael Oteng-Peprah
Research Topic: Sustainable Wastewater Management in Ghana; Exploring the Possibility of Wastewater Reuse
1. Maastricht University, Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences, School of Public Health And Primary Care (CAPHRI), Maastricht, The Netherlands
2. University of Cape Coast, Department of Chemistry/Water and Sanitation Unit, Cape Coast, Ghana
Duration of PhD: 4 Years (2015-2019)
Team of Supervisors:
1. Prof. Nanne de Vries, Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences, Department of Health Promotion, Maastricht University, Maastricht, The Netherlands
2. Engr. Prof. Mike Agbesi Acheampong, Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Kumasi Technical University, Kumasi, Ghana
SELECTED HND AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS PROJECTS SUPERVISED
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS RECEIVED
SHORT COURSES ATTENDED
02 July – 20 July, 2012 UNESCO–IHE Institute for Water Education
Cert. of Participation Short Course on Solid Waste Management, Delft, Netherlands
14 Sept. – 18 Sept., 2009 UNESCO–IHE Institute for Water Education
Cert. of Participation Summer School on Nanotechnology for Water and
Wastewater Treatment, Delft, Netherlands
18 June – 6 July, 2007 UNESCO–IHE Institute for Water Education
Cert. of Participation Short Course on Sustainable Wastewater Treatment and Reuse, Delft, Netherlands
1. Acheampong, M.A., Afram, I., Ami, J., 2018. Product Design and Process Development for the Manufacture of Tiger Nut Alcoholic Drink from Local Raw Materials. Food and Bioproduct Processing – Elsevier (Submitted).
2. Acheampong, M.A., Womuah, A., Ami, J., 2018. Safety and Pollution Control System Design for Tiger Nut Alcoholic Drink Production Plant. Process Safety and Environmental Protection – Elsevier (Submitted).
3. Oten-Peprah, M, Acheampong, M.A., De Vries, N, 2018. Exploring the determinants of greywater reuse for potable and non-potable purposes in a developing country – A theory of planned behaviour approach. Desalination and Water Treatment (Under review)
4. Oten-Peprah, M, Acheampong, M.A., De Vries, N, 2018. Greywater characteristics, treatment systems, reuse strategies and user perception – A review. Water, Air and Soil Pollution – A Springer Journal (Accepted).
5. Derkyi, N. S. A., Acheampong, M.A., Tetteh, P., Aidoo, S., Mwin, E.N., 2018. Product Design for a Functional Non-Alcoholic Drink. South African Journal of Chemical Engineering 25, 85-90.
6. Oten-Peprah, M, De Vries, N, Acheampong, M.A., 2018. Greywater characterization and generation rates in a Peri Urban municipality of a developing country. Journal of Environmental Management 206, 498-506.
7. Derkyi, N.S.A., Acheampong, M.A., Mwin, E.N., Tetteh, P. and Aidoo, S.C. , 2018. Equipment Design for Prekese Functional Fruit Drink Processing. Journal of Asian Scientific Research 8(3), 86-102.
8. Acheampong, M.A., Ansa, E.D.O., 2017. Low-Cost Technologies for Mining Wastewater Treatment. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering B 6(8) 391-405.
9. Ansa E.D.O., Sakyi, R.L., Asmah, M.H., Acheampong, M.A., Lamptey, E., 2017. An assessment of Environmental Conditions and the Benthic Fauna of the Odaw River Basin.West African Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 25(2), 17–29.
10. Acheampong, M.A., Antwi D.M.B., 2016. Modification of Titanium Dioxide for Wastewater Treatment Application and its Recovery for Reuse. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering A (USA) 2(12A), 719-732.
11. Antwi D.M.B., Acheampong, M.A., 2016. Modification of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles for Phosphate Removal from Wastewater. Journal of Applied Science, Technology and Management 1(1), 1-19.
12. Ansa, E.D.O., Andoh, A.H., Nienu, P., Banu, R., Akrong, M., Acheampong, M.A., Adiyiah, J., 2015. Sunlight inactivation of faecal coliforms in domestic wastewater. Desalination and Water Treatment, 1-8.
13. Acheampong, M.A., Ansa, E.D.O., Woode, M.Y., Awuah, E., 2015. Biosorption of Pb(II) onto Cocos nucifera shell and Moringa Oleifera seeds. Chemical Engineering Communications 202, 946-953.
14. Kyei, S.K., Acheampong, M.A., Aboagye-Larbi, H., 2014. Quality Analysis of Borehole Water from Selected Hostel around Kumasi Polytechnic Campus, Ghana. International Journal of Advanced Research 2(12), 906-913.
15. Aboagye-Larbi, H., Acheampong, M.A., Kyei, S.K., 2014. The Potential Health Hazards Associated with Waste Scavenging in Ghana: A case Study of Three Selected Dumpsite in Tema Metropolis. International Journal of Environmental Science and Toxicology 2(10), 199-209.
16. Adiyiah, J., Acheampong, M.A., Ansa, E. D. O., Kelderman, P., 2014. Grain-size analysis and heavy metals distribution in sediment fractions of Lake Markermeer in the Netherlands. International Journal of Environmental Science and Toxicology 2(8), 160-167.
17. Azanu, D., Acheampong, M.A., Woode, M.Y., 2014. Heavy Metals and Organochlorine Pesticides Residue Levels in Natural Spices in Kumasi Metropolis, Ghana. International Journal of Environmental Science and Toxicology 2(6), 130-135.
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18. Woode, M.Y., Acheampong, M.A., Azanu, D., 2014. Optimal conditions for ammonia leaching of copper/chalcocite-rimmed pyrite: Part 2. International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology 3(6), 2049-2053.
19. Woode, M.Y., Acheampong, M.A., 2014. Tea-colour effect of ash leachates: Causes and prevention. International Journal of Chemical Sciences and Applications 5(2), 86-89.
20. Ansa, E. D. O., Andoh, A. H., Ansa G. A., Adiyiah, J., Acheampong, M.A., 2014. Escherichia coli Removal in Tropical Oligotrophic and Eutrophic Lakes. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering A (USA) 2(12A), 719-724.
21. Woode, M.Y., Acheampong, M.A., Achaw, O-W., 2014. Optimal conditions for ammonia leaching of copper/chalcocite-rimmed pyrite: Part 1. International Journal of Advance Research 2(5), 1132-1141.
22. Acheampong, M.A., Lens, P.N.L., 2014. Treatment of gold mining effluent in pilot fixed bed sorption systems. Hydrometallurgy 141, 1-7.
23. Nkrumah, F. K., Acheampong, M.A., Ansa, E. D. O., Adiyiah, J., 2013. Wastewater quality assessment of a petroleum refinery in Ghana. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering (USA) 2(9B), 514-520.
24. Acheampong, M.A., Adiyiah, J., Ansa, E. D. O., 2013. Physico-chemical characteristics of a gold mining tailings dam wastewater. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering (USA) 2(8A), 469-475.
25. Acheampong, M.A., Dapcic, A.D., Yeh, D., Lens, P.N.L., 2013. Cyclic sorption and desorption of Cu(II) onto coconut shell and iron oxide coated sand. Separation Science and Technology 48 (18), 2786-2794.
26. Adiyiah, J., Aboagye-Larbi, H., Acheampong, M.A., 2013. A comparative assessment of the upstream and downstream water qualities of river Tano in Ghana. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering (USA) 2(5A), 283-292.
27. Pakshirajan, K., Worku, A., Acheampong, M.A, Lubberding, H., Lens, P.L., 2013. Cr(III) and Cr(VI) Removal from Aqueous Solutions by Cheaply Available Fruit Waste and Algal Biomass. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 170, 498-513.
28. Acheampong, M.A., Pakshirajan, K., Annachhatre, A.P., Lens, P.N.L., 2013. Removal of Cu(II) by biosorption onto coconut shell in fixed-bed column systems. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 19, 841-848.
29. Acheampong, M.A., Paksirajan, K., Lens, P.L., 2013. Assessment of the effluent quality from a gold mining industry in Ghana. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20, 3799-3811.
30. Ansa, E.D.O., Acheampong, M.A., Nkrumah, F.K., Boakye-Yiadom, A.S., 2012. Escherichia coli attachment and detachment in algal and kaolin suspensions. Ghana Science Journal 52, 17-30.
31. Acheampong, M.A., Pereira, J.P.C., Meulepas, R.J.W., Lens, P.N.L., 2012. Kinetics modelling of Cu(II) biosorption on to coconut shell and Moringa oleifera seeds from tropical regions. Environmental Technology 33, 409-417.
32. Acheampong, M.A., Pereira, J.P.C., Meulepas, R.J.W., Lens, P.N.L., 2011. Biosorption of Cu(II) onto agricultural materials from tropical regions. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology 86, 1184-1194.
33. Acheampong, M.A., Meulepas, R.J., Lens, P.N., 2010. Removal of heavy metals and cyanide from gold mine wastewater. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology 85, 590-613.
Refereed Conference Papers
Acheampong, Mike A., 2013. Sustainable Gold Mining Wastewater Treatment by Sorption Using Low-cost Materials. Leiden: CRC Press/Balkema, Taylor & Francis Group. Print (ISBN 978-1-138-00165-7).
1. Mike A. Acheampong (B.Sc. Thesis, 1996), Plant design for the production of manganese oxide and manganese sulphate from manganese carbonate ore.
2. Mike A. Acheampong (Project Report, 1995), Development of a user-friendly C-Language computer program for the classical Range-Kuta method.
3. Mike A. Acheampong (M.Sc. Thesis, 2005), Environmental impact assessment of the Ejisu water supply project.
SELECTED HND AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS PROJECTS SUPERVISED
1. Plant Design for the production of Prekese functional fruit drink, 2016
2. Plant Design for the production of tiger nut alcoholic beverage, 2015
3. Plant design for the production of shelf-stable “sobolo” beverage, 2015
4. Production of chocolate using cocoa butter equivalent, 2015
5. Design of safety and pollution control strategies for tiger nut alcoholic beverage plant, 2014
6. Design of process plant for the production of 20000 ton wood pellets per year, 2014.
7. Quality assessment of mine wastewater (effluent): A case study of ANGLOGOLD ASHANTI and Central African Gold (CAG) Effluents, 2008
8. Process development for the production of bleaching agent, 2007
9. Production of packaged water from groundwater source with high iron content, 2007
10. Production of non-alcoholic wine from local grape fruit, 2006
11. Production of glucose syrup from the hydrolysis of cassava starch, 2005
12. Process development for the production of toothpaste, 2004
13. Process development for the production of toothpaste, 2004
14. Process development for the production of toothpaste, 2004
15. Plant design for the treatment of raw water from river Offin, 2003
16. Water quality assessment of the Offin river basin at the Barikese water treatment plant intake points, 2003
Partnership for Applied Sciences (PASS) Project. The PASS project is a German Government funded capacity-building project for Kumasi and Cape Coast Technical Universities in collaboration with three German Universities of Applied Sciences (July 2017 - June 2021).
Local University (formally Polytechnic) Community
Membership of Statutory University Committees
1. Entity Tender Committee – Member (20 September 2016 – Present).
2. Disciplinary Board – Member (January 2016 – Present)
3. Research and Conference Committee – Member (September 2015 – Present).
4. Scholarship and Staff Development Committee – Member (September 2015 – Present)
5. Central Admissions Board – Member - (September 2015 – Present)
6. Appointments and Promotions Board – Member (September 2015 – Present)
7. Executive Committee of the Academic Board – Member (September 2015 – Present)
8. Faculty of Engineering Board - Chairman (September 2015 - Present).
9. Books and Publication Committee – Member ((September 2015 – Present).
10. Library Board – Member (September 2015 - Present).
11. Budget Committee of the Academic Board - Member (January 2015 - Present).
12. Academic Board - Member (September 2014 - Present).
13. Faculty of Engineering Board - Member (September 2014- Present).
14. Chemical Engineering Departmental Board - Chairman (September 2014 - Present).
15. Faculty of Engineering Appointment Review Committee - Member (Jan. 2014- Present).
16. Academic Board - Member (January 2007 - February 2009).
17. Industrial Relations Committee of the Academic Board - Member (June 2008-Feb. 2009)
18. School of Engineering Board - Member (January 2007 - February 2009).
19. Chemical Engineering Departmental Board
Membership of Ad-hoc and Standing University Committees
1. Committee to Draft Guidelines for Bachelor of Technology and Postgraduate Programmes – Member (29 August 2016 – January 2017).
2. Committee to Establish Modalities for the Proposed Industrial Attachment Programme for Kumasi Technical University – Chairman (8-19 August 2016).
3. Committee on BTech Petrochemical Engineering Curriculum Development –Member (8-19 April 2016).
4. Ad-hoc Committee on the Establishment of a Central Laboratory for Kumasi Polytechnic – Member (February - April 2016).
5. Polytechnic Council Committee to Undertake Preliminary Investigation into the Conduct of Sylvester Agyen – Chairman (January - March 2016).
6. Committee to Develop Joint Masters Programme in Engineering with Portsmouth University, UK - Member (18 August 2015 - Present)
7. Chemical Engineering Departmental Research and Publications Committee - Chairman (12 May 2015 – 31 August 2015)
8. Chemical Engineering Departmental Committee for Conversion of Kumasi Polytechnic into Technical University - Member (12 May 2015 – 31 December 2016)
9. Tender Evaluation Panel - Member ( 8th May 2015)
10. Research Proposal Evaluation Team (MESTI/COTVET Project) - Member (May 2014 – June 2016).
11. BTech Petrochemical Engineering Draft Syllabus Review Committee - Member (February 2014).
12. Chemical Engineering Department Strategic Plan Development Committee - Chairman and Convenor (February 2012).
13. Committee to Finalise the BTech Petrochemical Curriculum - Member (November 2011)
14. POTAG Academic Counsellors Nomination Committee - Member (October 2008).
15. School of Engineering Committee to Investigate an Alleged Examination Malpractice - Chairman (December 2005).
16. School of Eng. Income Generation Unit Constitution Drafting Committee - Member (2004)
Other Services to the University
1. Internal Moderator for BTech (Chemical Engineering) Examination Questions (February 2014 to Present)
2. I reviewed conference papers for the 1st International Conference on Applied Sciences and Technology (ICAST 2014), Kumasi Ghana.
Service to the National and International Academic Communities
Service to the National community
Ghana Climate Innovation Centre (GCIC) - Member of the K-Poly working group (June 2014 - December 2014).
Service to the International Community
International Refereed Journal Reviewer Positions
I am a technical reviewer for the following international refereed journals (a voluntary and free service to the international academic community):
1. Journal of Hazardous Materials – (October 2015 – Present)
2. Desalination and Water Treatment Journal - (June, 2010 to Present)
3. Water Science and Technology Journal - (September, 2010 to Present)
4. Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology - (April, 2011 - Present)
5. Journal of the Taiwan Chemical Engineers - (April, 2011 to Present)
6. African Journal of Biotechnology - (May, 2011 to Present)
7. Chemical Engineering Communications - (December, 2011 to Present)
8. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology - (January, 2012 to Present).
9. Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology - (June, 2012 to Present)
10. Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy - (July, 2012 to Present)
11. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering - (January, 2013 to Present)
12. Hydrometallurgy - (January, 2014 to Present)
13. Ecological Engineering - (March, 2015 to Present)
EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERSHIP
1. Managing Editor - International Journal of Applied Science, Technology and Management (JASTMA), Kumasi Technical University, Kumasi, Ghana.
2. Editorial Board Member - Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES), published by Zibeline International Publishing
3. Editor - Horizon Paper Section of the Springer International Journal - Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology.
4. Editorial Board Member and Associate Editor - International Journal of Applied Science, Technology and Management (JASTMa), Kumasi Technical University, Kumasi, Ghana.
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP
1. Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), Ghana – Corporate Member
2. American Association for Science and Technology (AASIT) – Member
Membership No.: 1005146
3. Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) , UK – Associate Member
Membership ID: 100072443
4. American Institute of Chemical engineers (AIChE) - Membership Application Pending
5. Ashanti Chapter of KNUST Alumni Association, Kumasi - Member
6. International X-Ray Absorption Society (IXAS) – Member