Amy is a key member of Eunomia’s waste operation team, primarily supporting local authority clients.
As a PRINCE2® qualified practitioner, she is an experienced project manager having managed a significant number of project across the business. These have ranged from waste collection service round planning and route optimisation projects to market analyses for companies seeking to enter the UK market. She is highly proficient in managing challenging project schedules, liaising with clients, coordinating technical project teams and ensuring high quality project outputs.
Amy also plays a more technical role on many projects, leading on the majority of Eunomia’s environmental permitting work for both public and private sector clients. She has extensive knowledge and experience in the consenting process and liaising with regulators. She has also developed a number of business case models and implementation plans for waste infrastructure development, undertaking site searches and conducting consenting due diligence.
Amy has extensive knowledge and experience in public sector procurement, managing a number of waste service procurements, developing key documentation and undertaking evaluations of tenders throughout a variety of procurement processes.
Amy has recently managed a large and complex round planning and route optimisation project for South Lakeland District Council to support the roll out of their new recycling waste collection service. This included coordinating large amounts of data and supporting the council in developing a roll out strategy and implementation plan. In addition, she has managed a number of Eunomia’s recent collection options appraisals including for Newcastle-under-Lyme and Carlisle City Council.
For private sector clients, Amy has recently delivered work for Aster Property to identify efficiencies in waste management across the company. She has also managed and played a key part of the delivery team for Eunomia’s recent work for Shanks to identify potential SRF markets and has managed market analysis and strategy development for an Italian company looking to enter the UK waste industry.
Before joining Eunomia in 2012, Amy worked for Waverley Borough Council as a Management Trainee as part of the National Graduate Development Programme, where she managed the roll out of new waste containers as part of the council’s new service. She also managed the council’s procurement for its bailiff services, undertook a service efficiency review of the council’s planning department and managed Waverley’s apprenticeship programme.
Amy has also worked for the Council of the Isles of Scilly as part of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty team, managing a variety of projects including conservation, education and sustainable development.