Our People

Martine Kurth
I manage a variety of waste management and low carbon projects, and am interested in real world solutions to environmental issues. I enjoy the simple things in life – nature, food, friends and moon-gazing.

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.

Recent experience

Martine manages Eunomia’s programme of work under the WRAP Cymru’s Collaborative Change Programme (CCP), overseeing 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 has managed a variety of projects for both local authorities and private contractors.These include the procurement of a Welsh local authority Household Recycling Centre and Waste Transfer Station Centre contract, undertaking a detailed modelling project to assess what interventions could improve recycling rates for Blaenau Gwent CBC, and running an industry-wide workshop with WRAP and HSE to explore how to  improve H&S in glass collections.

Career history

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.