Daniel’s work largely focuses on circular economy, resource efficiency, waste prevention and sustainable procurement projects.
Daniel’s recent work has focused on helping organisations move towards more resource efficient business models that:
- extend product life,
- conserve resources and
- prevent materials from becoming waste,
His work has involved identifying opportunities for dematerialisation, increased durability, modularity, refurbishment, remanufacture and reuse.
He has delivered a range of waste prevention and resource efficiency reviews, primarily with the manufacturing, commercial and retail sectors. These focus on operational audits and data analysis to understand existing practices, sources and causes of inefficiencies and waste, before identifying potential improvement options and their costs and benefits. This has led to him developing a range of good practice tools, case studies and practical guides to aid organisations improve their resource efficiency.
Recently he has worked with a wide range of built environment projects working with clients, developers, contractors and building managers to ensure that developments meet the highest sustainability standards, particularly with regard to lowering embodied carbon and designing out waste.
He has also provided sustainable procurement support to the public and private sector organisation particularly focused on promoting the benefits of taking action and practical support, such as the development of suitable specifications and contract requirements.
Daniel holds a BSc (Hons) in Environmental Science and has been involved in resource efficiency, waste and environmental management for over 20 years.