ing. Edward Antwi

Staff Grade: 
Education: 

MSc. Mechanical Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, 2008

Conferences Attended: 

Bensah E. C., Antwi E., Ahiekpor J. (2011). “Promoting enterprise-based ecological pulic toilets in Ghana: technology and economics,” 2nd National Environmental Sanitation Conference – NESCON 2011, Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, Kumasi, Ghana.

Publications: 
  1. Obiri, S., Yeboah, P. O., Osae, Adu-Kumi, S., Cobbina, J. S., Armah, F., Ason, B., Antwi, E. and Quansah R. (2016) Human Health Risk Assessment of Artisanal Miners Exposed to Toxic Chemicals in Water and Sediments in the PresteaHuni Valley District of Ghana, Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2016, 13(1), 139; doi:10.3390/ijerph13010139
  2. Rajaee, M., Obiri, S., Green, A., Long, R., Cobbina,S. J., Nartey, V., Buck D, Antwi, E. and Basu, N. (2015), Integrated Assessment of Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining in Ghana—Part 2: Natural Sciences Review, Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2015, 12(8), 8971-9011; doi:10.3390/ijerph12080897
  3. Obeng, G., Mensah, E. and Antwi, E. (2013). Engine Performance Evaluation Using Biodiesel Blends From Waste Palm Kernel Oil, Mixed WVO s And Diesel Fuel, IJES , Vol. 2, 19-2.
  4. Antwi, E., Bensah, E. and Ahiekpor, J. (2011), “ Use of Solar Water Distiller for treatment of fluoride-contaminated water: The case of Bongo District of Ghana”, Desalination 278, 333–336.
  5. Bensah E. C., Mensah M., Antwi E. (2011). “ Status and prospects for household biogas plants in Ghana – lessons, barriers, potential, and way forward”. International Journal on Energy and Environment. Accepted for publication; IJEE -243-21012011.