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Jade Kelly

Junior Consultant

Jade is part of the waste operations team and is based in Eunomia’s Bristol office. She has a broad range of knowledge, skills and experience gained from a career working for both the public and private sectors within the waste and recycling industry.


Recent Experience

Since joining Eunomia, Jade has gained experience on a number of waste management projects. She has been part of the project team acting as waste technical advisor to Carmarthenshire County Council, where she applied her understanding of public and private sector operations to a report that evaluated a variety of commissioning options. She has provided support for a data review as part of a project with the North London Waste Authority, which explored the potential for consolidating collections across seven London boroughs, and has produced an article and undertaken research for a collaborative procurement project with the Leeds Business Improvement District.

Jade has also been involved with Eunomia’s ongoing development of standardised Fire Prevention Plan templates, allowing her to apply her knowledge of site operations and permitting legislation to this specialist area.


Career History

Prior to joining Eunomia, Jade worked for SUEZ Recycling & Recovery UK in administrative roles, where she gained extensive operational knowledge of a variety of collections and disposal facilities, and provided many support functions that involved processing large data sets. Prior to that, she began her career in the waste and recycling industry working for Bath and North East Somerset Council, where she worked as a qualified weighbridge operator.

Jade has an MSc in Sustainable Development in Practice from the University of the West of England, which she studied for alongside her time at SUEZ. As part of her degree, she conducted a project with SUEZ that explored ways of improving residual outputs from a commercial MRF and reduction of the associated costs, and wrote her dissertation on the social impacts of food waste, conducting her research with the charity FoodCycle.

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