Alphonsus Daniel has been a practicing Mechanical, Sanitary and Environmental Engineer for 30 years with a wide range of experience in the planning, design, supervision and management and maintenance of water and waste water systems in both public and private projects.
A 1986 graduate from Superior Polytechnic Institute and the University of the Orient in Santiago De Cuba, Cuba with a B.Sc. and a Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering.
Mr. Daniel worked extensively with the National Water and Sewerage Authority Grenada and in 1996 he completed a post graduate Diploma and a Master of Science Degree in Sanitary Engineering. He is the current President of the Caribbean Water and Wastewater Association (CWWA), a regional non-governmental organization that brings together the water and sanitation community in the Caribbean, towards the protection of public health and the promotion of sustainable development.
Mr. Daniel has a passion for lecturing and has been the roving lecturer of The Caribbean Basin Water Management Programme now CAWASA, which is responsible for training personnel of all the Water Utilities across the Caribbean
He is an advocate for the use of appropriate and sustainable technology in the management of wastewater in the Caribbean Small Island Developing states (SIDS).