Tanguy is based in Eunomia’s Bristol office and works within the waste operations team. He is a highly skilled data analyst and has a scientific understanding of diverse environmental topics which he uses to provide insightful modelling support to a variety of projects.
Since joining Eunomia, Tanguy has used his data manipulation capabilities in a number of public sector projects. These have ranged from the reworking of entire options models in order to create more accessible data outputs for policymakers, to the critical review of external models, analysing the complex datasets they contained to highlight errors and inconsistencies.
In addition, Tanguy has also been responsible for the extension of Eunomia’s proprietary Hermes model to quantify the emission impacts of different waste collection options, in terms both of tonnages and their associated costs.
Tanguy joined Eunomia after graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Sciences with first class honours from the University of Bath. His time at Bath included a year of practical research within the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies, where he developed a new synthetic route to a suite of novel plastics using sugar and carbon dioxide as sustainable feedstocks; an area of research closely allied to the circular economy agenda.
Whilst at university, Tanguy was also heavily involved in the environmental society, running a number of environmental campaigns and organising the first environmental careers evening on the university campus.
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