Ed specialises in assessing the value chain for niche waste materials from commercial, municipal and industrial sources; identifying opportunities to intervene in the value chain to improve process economics. He has worked with clients across the private sector, including SMEs and charities as well multi-national corporations. In recent years Ed has also rekindled his involvement in international development work and is currently an associate consultant for WasteAid UK. Ed is also a guest lecturer on mechanical-biological treatment technology. He is a qualified PRINCE2 Practitioner, NEBOSH trained Health and Safety Advisor, Chartered Waste Manager and holds a Certificate of Professional Competence in international Road Freight Haulage.
Ed has worked in the waste sector since 2002. He was originally part of the Resource Futures group of companies in his role as the Managing Director of Network Recycling where he provided sustainable cleansing and waste management services to clients in the events sector across the UK. He re-joined Resource Futures in 2014. Since then he has worked on a wide range of projects across the sector including projects for WRAP and Zero Waste Scotland. His expertise includes: