Our People

Kyle Hutchens
Junior Consultant
I provide support for a range of projects within Eunomia, including energy, infrastructure and waste. Outside of work you can find me reading fiction or at the gym.

Kyle joined Eunomia as a Junior Consultant in 2019, following a Master’s degree in Environmental Consultancy at Plymouth University. He has a keen interest and broad range of experience across the environmental sector from his time so far at Eunomia and previous studies. He has a particular interest in waste management and carbon emissions, always doing the utmost to support clients to meet their needs in these areas.

Recent Experience

Kyle has recently contributed to several modelling projects including deposit return systems (DRS), contract reviews, collections and commissioning modelling. These projects have included aspects of data collection, research, reporting and presentation.

He also provides technical research and reporting assistance for wide range of projects within the business. Recently, Kyle has conducted research surrounding environmental permits, packaging reform and financial reporting.

Kyle has a keen interest in infrastructure, surrounding the inception, design, planning and permitting of waste projects. Partaking in site searches and utilising specialist software such as Vectorworks™, he has created conceptual site designs and layouts. Kyle has also been involved in writing and submitting documentation necessary for the permitting and planning of waste sites.

Career History

During his Masters year, Kyle gained a wealth of skills and knowledge from a wide variety of Environmental disciplines including Waste Management, Emissions and Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA). Projects included modelling and analysing air emissions data from a local Energy from Waste plant (EfW), stakeholder engagement for a local mining facility and research surrounding new waste policies such as the Deposit Refund System (DRS). Kyle also completed a Dissertation during this time, investigating alternative metrics for measuring waste, in partnership with Devon County Council.

During previous work, Kyle has delivered economic modelling, quality analysis and marketing for a national Renewable Energy company during his time between study, which has given him solid grounding for a successful environmental career.

Kyle is also a regular volunteer for Waste Aid, where he engages members of the public and other key stakeholders through presentations and assisting in the organisation of events.