Four Eunomians Feature in Resource Magazine’s Hot 100 Influencers List
Four Eunomia staff members have been recognised in the 2020 Resource Magazine Hot 100. The annual list saw 12,000 voters from across the waste and resources sector choose their top influencers from the last 12 months.
No. 95: Emma How – ‘diligent and well-connected’
At no. 95, Specialist Technical Advisor, Emma How, is recognised for being ‘diligent and well-connected’ as a result of her 25+ years’ experience in the waste management sector from the grassroots up.
No. 90: Peter Jones – ‘ ‘holding the government to account through investigative research’
Principal Consultant and market area lead for our commercial waste team, Peter Jones, is at no. 90. His expertise includes waste legislation, strategy development and contract disputes and he is recognised in the list for ‘holding the government to account through investigative research.’
No. 78: Joe Papineschi – ‘a creative force in effecting change’
Director, Joe Papineschi, is recognised as ‘a creative force in effecting change’ in the industry at no. 78. His 25 years’ experience began when he set up a kerbside collection scheme in Brighton. He is now an acknowledged leader in the fields of Government policy, local authority waste management and procurement.
No.2: Dominic Hogg, – ‘determined to make change happen through original, forward-thinking ideas’
Finally, our Chairman and Founder, Dominic Hogg, is listed at no. 2 for being ‘determined to make change happen through original, forward-thinking ideas.’ A regular in the top 10 (with a long-term average of 9.77 by our calculations), Dom has been pipped to the post this year by SUEZ Group’s, David Palmer-Jones, who oversees the organisation’s waster and recycling operations for Northern Europe.