Bethany has a broad range of experience in the marine, energy and waste management and procurement sectors with a focus on environmental policy and regulation.
She has worked across the business on both policy-based and operationally-focused projects since joining Eunomia in 2014. She is an experienced project manager and is PRINCE2® Practitioner qualified.
Bethany has a strong appreciation of the wider political and economic factors influencing the UK waste and energy markets. She has recently managed a piece of work for the UK government that assessed the potential economic and trade impacts for the UK post EU-exit in relation to a piece of environmental legislation. She was also involved in re-drafting ministerial guidelines for accessing environmental information for the Irish Government.
She is currently working with Scottish Borders Council on its procurement for a residual waste treatment and disposal contract. Her broad knowledge of UK and EU waste policy allows her to support local authorities in an ever-changing political environment. Bethany has also worked on a number of projects for Business Improvement Districts, including Bath, Leeds and Bristol, procuring collaborative commercial waste contracts that deliver environmental and cost benefits for businesses in urban areas.
Bethany also supports the work of the Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) Industry Group through Eunomia’s role as the Group Secretariat. This involves managing a diverse range of tasks ranging from the day-to-day running of the Group through to strategic development of the Group’s activities. She has a detailed understanding of residual waste treatment processes, as well as the rules and requirements surrounding the export of waste.
Bethany also maintains a keen interest in marine and energy policy having been involved in several projects in these sectors whilst at Eunomia.
Bethany has previously worked at the Royal Agricultural University on a variety of research and consultancy projects. There she also undertook her MSc by Research part-time, analysing the role of solar photovoltaics in British agriculture. She has an undergraduate degree in Geography from the University of Cambridge, and was an intern at UNEP’s World Conservation Monitoring Centre where she was based in the Marine Assessment and Decision Support Team.