Daniel works in the Manchester office and joined Eunomia in May 2016. Daniel brings a broad range of experience in the waste and resource efficiency sectors having previously worked on European waste legislation and policy for UK Government. Daniel uses this experience along with his training in research and analysis to inform his work at Eunomia.
Prior to joining Eunomia, Daniel worked on negotiating and implementing European waste legislation for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). This role involved working with a wide range of stakeholders to address issues at a macro and micro level, and provided valuable experience in both the theory and practical operation of waste legislation at the domestic and EU levels. Before working with Defra, Daniel completed a BSc in Geography at the University of Liverpool, a degree which focused strongly on building research and analysis skills, including data collection, quantitative and qualitative analysis and reporting and presentation skills.