Camilla is a PRINCE2® qualified senior project manager working across our waste operations, sustainable business and policy teams.
Camilla’s background is in environmental science and sustainability consultancy, and she has a substantial track record in consultancy project management and high-quality research.
Within the waste operation teams Camilla has managed a number of kerbside collection options modelling projects using our Hermes model, most recently for Cornwall Council and Norwich City Council. Camilla also leads on our partnership model and cost sharing modelling, looking at how local authorities can work together on waste services to deliver efficiencies, how these costs are currently shared within a two-tier authority model and could be shared under an alternative cost sharing models. Camilla co-authored a Zero Waste Circular Economy strategy for Derry City & Strabane District Council with Chairman Dominic Hogg, and has recently managed our work with Nordic Council of Ministers Waste Group, coordinating four subcontractors representing the eight Nordic countries taking part in the review of waste prevention and recycling frameworks in the Nordic region.
Within the policy team Camilla worked on our report for Resource Association and WWF UK on Policy Options to Increase the Demand for Post Consumer Recycled Materials, which was launched at a parliamentary reception. Camilla is currently supporting our work for the European Commission on the preparation of guidance on the implementation of the general minimum requirements for Extended Producer Responsibility schemes set out in the revised Waste Framework Directive.
Camilla is also currently working closely with our Sustainable Business Team on a Scottish Enterprise framework supporting businesses in understanding the carbon impact of their operations. So far this has included working with a number of product producers from toys, coffee, salmon, clothing and biscuits and a film production company.
Camilla previously worked for ADAS for three and a half years as a Sustainability Consultant with a focus on sustainable supply chains and carbon footprinting, particularly in the food and beverage industry. As a consultant, Camilla worked with a range of clients including SMEs, processors, retailers, multi-national food and drink companies with international supply chains, levy bodies and Government departments.
Camilla has also worked at Bristol City Council and for The Navitas Partnership on Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs).
Camilla has a first class Master’s degree in Environmental Science from the University of Sheffield, is an Associate of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment and a previous winner of The Times Graduate Challenge, which develops leadership potential in recent graduates.