Eunomia Managing Director Mike Brown has been elected as a Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM).
Mike has worked in the waste sector since the late 1980s, initially with Tarmac and Econowaste, then with Terry Adams Ltd on its landfill portfolio. He became Managing Director of Cornwall County Council’s waste company CES until its sale to SITA in 2006, and then joined Eunomia as a director owner in 2007.
“After 25 years a member, it’s a great honour to be made a Fellow by the Institution. I’m grateful to the assessment panel and the people who nominated me, including David Beadle and Steve Lee. There has never been a more interesting time to be working in waste management, and the role of CIWM in helping to make our industry ever more professional is increasingly important.”
The rank of Fellow is open only to CIWM Members of at least seven years’ standing who have evidenced distinguished professional attainment in the sphere of wastes management. Candidates for Fellowship need to be nominated by either three Fellows of the Institution or six Corporate Members. Applications are then assessed by a panel, before a recommendation regarding the applicant is made to the Institution’s Membership Committee and General Council.