Emma specialises in the management of Household Waste and Recycling Centres (HWRCs) and bulky waste. Her particular areas of interest centre on re-use, primarily of bulky items that arise at HWRCs and at the kerbside. She often works with community groups and Re-use Forums to help develop the sector. She has written many good practice documents, conducts quantitative research, facilitates workshops and undertakes HWRC and bring site reviews. She is a project manager, primarily focusing on WRAP-funded projects.
She specialised in radioactive waste management for five years at Defra and as a consultant before turning to household waste, recycling and re-use. For nearly 10 years, Emma has provided high quality research and consultancy outputs to a range of clients. She is a convivial, experienced and capable consultant able to deliver high quality reports within budget and on time. Emma is a capable contracts manager responsible for projects such as HWRC, bring site and bulky waste reviews and options appraisals, re-use plans and good practice guidance. Emma’s projects often include both operational and communications elements requiring partnership working with other members of the Resource Futures team. Emma undertakes qualitative and quantitative research to develop baselines upon which she can construct recommendations, strategies and action plans.