Martine is an experienced project manager focusing on the waste management sector.
She has experience working on projects in recycling and waste operations, procurement, and residual waste treatment, which has given her an in-depth knowledge of the sector, project work, and client needs.
Martine manages a number of large and complex projects in waste sector, focussing on local authority collection options, partnership working and high level programme management. Recently her work has included a strategic waste partnership project for WRAP and the Hampshire authorities, providing analysis of potential consistent collection systems across the county, options for how savings could be shared equitably, and insight into how governance and communications can be used to best effect by waste partnerships.
As Programme Manager for Eunomia’s programme of work under the WRAP Cymru’s Collaborative Change Programme (CCP), Martine oversees the delivery a series of projects on behalf of numerous Welsh Local Authorities. The CCP supports local authorities across a range of waste management disciplines such as business planning, operational and technical reviews, and site design, planning and permitting. As lead contractor, Eunomia provides expert advice to help authorities achieve Welsh Government policy objectives, whilst simultaneously making budgetary savings as well as maintaining or improving services.
Martine’s has a strong interest in climate change, and is managing a project to develop a Low Carbon Development Strategy for Malta’s Ministry of Environment. This project will provide the Maltese Government with the tools it needs to transition to a low carbon, sustainable economy, whilst simultaneously achieving the carbon reduction targets required to combat climate change.
Before joining Eunomia, Martine worked for four years at Crossrail Ltd, delivering the project’s community liaison forums, as well as overseeing corporate stakeholder events. Prior to this, Martine worked as a Junior Environmental Consultant for the charity Greenworks Consulting, where she undertook waste audits and reporting for a number of private sector clients including the London property portfolio for the Prudential.
Martine has a Batchelor’s degree in Geography from Birmingham University, and a Master’s degree in Wildlife Conservation from Reading.