Free Webinar, TDI Award Winner Wells / Drilling & Finalist Sustainability Excellence Project of the year.
In an effort to raise the standards and quality of the dewatering industry worldwide and increase knowledge sharing within the community, TDI is providing a range of free webinar training courses, developed in cooperation with our members, for our members, followers and the wider dewatering community.
Umvoto Africa (Pty) Ltd case study projects:
Winning Award Wells / Drilling Project of the year:
Zandri Rademan, Geologist at Umvoto, will be presenting on the Wells/Drilling Project of the Year case study in a talk entitled “Drilling to Augment Urban Water Supply – A Case Study of the Cape Flats and Table Mountain Group Aquifers”.
Geologist at Umvoto Africa (Pty) Ltd – Pri. Sci. Nat (Geological Sciences).
MSc Geology- project specialised in Sedimentology and Geochronology. Currently working at Umvoto Africa as a Geologist (field geologist/ drilling supervision/ geohydrologist and sedimentologist). Pri. Sci. Nat. (SACNASP)
Finalist Award Sustainability Excellence Project of the year:
Luke Towers, Senior Hydrogeologist and Director at Umvoto, will be presenting on the Sustainability Excellence of the Year case study in a talk entitled “Water resilience through a conjunctive and collaborative approach”.
Director / Senior Hydrogeologist at Umvoto Africa (Pty) Ltd – MSc. Geohydrology Pr.Sci.Nat.
Luke Towers is a Director and Senior Hydrogeologist at Umvoto. Luke grew up in Cape Town and started his career in hydrogeology after returning to South Africa from abroad. He obtained a BSc. Earth Science from the University of Stellenbosch and a BSc. (Hons) Geology and MSc Geohydrology from the University of the Free State. For his MSc, Luke completed several months of fieldwork in the Danakil Depression of North-eastern Ethiopia. Luke is a member of the Groundwater Division of the Geological Society of South Africa and is a registered professional natural scientist (Geological and Earth Science Fields of Practice) with the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP).
Since joining Umvoto in 2015, Luke has become proficient in the governing aspects of South African environmental and water legislation supported by a skill set developed through his exposure to Umvoto’s ongoing projects in the fields of hydrogeology, hydrology, geology, and integrated water resource management. These skills are underpinned by a meticulous approach to the scientific method and a curiosity to the resilience of natural systems. Luke is particularly passionate about finding African-solutions to African-problems in the water sector. In his spare time, he enjoys overland trips, crossword puzzles and new culinary experiences.
The training session will take place Wednesday the 27th of July 2022, at 4pm – 5:30pm GMT+2.
Registrations will close at 12am (GMT+2) on the 27th of July 2022, so please be sure to register before this time. Feel free to make use of this time zone converter to not miss out on the webinar.
This event is free for all TDI members and followers, for more information send an email to email@example.com.