Bambos experience in water related fields spans over 35 years and has worked on many projects in Europe, Africa, South Asia, and the Middle East. He has wide experience in urban water distribution network management, including Non-Revenue Water (NRW) and Water Loss Management with particular application to water audits and data validation; non-revenue water strategies; leakage assessment and control; commercial efficiency; asset management and business coaching. From 1995 to 2012 he was heading the Technical Services of the Water Board of Lemesos, a public water utility in Cyprus, with responsibilities over all technical matters, including planning, operation and maintenance of the water supply system. Since 2012 is a NRW and Water Utility Governance consultant and has served internationally on senior consultancy assignments with Water Utilities, IFIs and Water Associations.
Bambos has published numerous papers and books on issues related to Non-Revenue Water and the management of urban water supplies and has participated in many research projects, conferences, seminars workshops and debates. He is Past Chair of the International Water Association (IWA) Water Loss Task Force and currently the Chair of the IWA Intermittent Water Supply Group.
Bambos holds a BSc degree in Civil Engineering and a Masters of Business Administration. He is a Chartered Engineer (CEng) registered with the UK Engineering Council, a Corporate Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (UK), a Fellow of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management (UK) and a Chartered Water and Environmental Manager (C.WEM) and a Fellow of the International Water Association.