Madhumitha Rajendran is a Research Analyst at be Waste Wise, where her work involves finding experts in waste management, and connecting with them. She also carries out research into topics for panel discussions, and potential organisations to approach for funding and sponsorship activities.
She is a chemical engineer with a Master’s degree in Environmental and Energy Engineering from the University of Sheffield, UK (2014). She is a member of the Energy Institute, and has been awarded the MSc Best Student Prize, for topping the university exams.
Madhumitha has worked as an Environmental Engineer at Ecooffset Environmental Solutions, a waste management consultancy in Abu Dhabi, for 7 months, where her work involved liaising with clients to coordinate and gather information to prepare waste audit reports. Prior to that, she worked at Carborundum Universal Limited, India, as a process engineer, where she was involved in the erection and commissioning of a chemical plant, and also as a shift engineer in the production trials.
She lives in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
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Culture, Consumption and Waste Management
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