Rahim Moley is a faculty member of Chemical Technology at Kabul Polytechnic University. He is an experienced investigator and has particulate interests on Biological Treatment; Biogas Technologies; Waste Water Treatment and Waste Valorization. As a member of Environmental Biotechnology (MEBIG) group (, he participated in the following projects: - The effects of trace element supplementation and ammonia removal on biogas production from nitrogen rich organic wastes. The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) AB European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Project), Project 113Y333, 2014-2017. - Metal separation and recovery from wastewater treatment plant sludge through anaerobic bioleaching and membrane separation processes. The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK), Project 116Y227, 2017-2020. During the PhD studies he investigated the anaerobic bioleaching of potentially toxic metals from waste activated sludge and the possibility of the application of sewage sludge for land application as an organic fertilizer. He has several research papers with total impact factors of 26. Recently, several other manuscripts have been submitted to the highly prestigious journals to be evaluated for publications. He has several oral- and poster-presentation at international conferences.