Alex joined Eunomia in January 2017 and has a background in local authority waste management. He is based in our London office.
Alex has supported a number of projects and is currently working with North Devon to develop their new recycling and refuse service.
Alex is also working with several London boroughs, reviewing depots and joint-working arrangements as well as providing implementation support on the roll out of new services, both in house and through local authority companies.
Alex joined Eunomia from Leicester City Council, where he was a Service Development Officer. Working on a range of projects focusing around service improvement, Alex used his strong analytical skills to evaluate service performance. He has experience of using nearest neighbour benchmarking, and analysing various collections, tonnage and CRM data.
Whilst at Leicester, Alex created data collation and reporting tools to improve the efficiency of data monitoring and reporting, and supported the management of service change, developed operational and administrative procedures for furniture re-use collections.
Alex studied Environment and Sustainability at Keele University, where he received a first in his dissertation. This focused on the recycling behaviour of students living in university accommodation and the specific factors which encouraged, or discouraged, recycling behaviour in this environment. During his degree, Alex undertook a work placement with Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council where he evaluated the council’s business food waste trial, and ran a project to encourage the authority and Keele University to develop a joined-up communication campaign.