Paul is a Junior Consultant, who joined Eunomia’s Bristol office in September 2019, following several years of consultancy experience, assisting companies with their producer responsibility obligations. He combines excellent numerical modelling ability with understanding of the current issues surrounding packaging, recycling, and the circular economy.
Paul is working on various sustainable business projects focusing on the calculation of true recycling rates, deposit return schemes, and carbon foot printing. He also provides support on a number of environmental policy projects.
Prior to joining Eunomia, Paul gained several years of consulting experience at ecoVeritas, specialising in the calculation of producers packaging obligations across the EU and advising on sustainable packaging strategies. Here he became adept in the modelling of packaging flows from a diverse group of companies, ranging from packaging manufacturers to some of the largest supermarkets in the UK. He provided companies with in-depth breakdowns of their use of packaging, and identified the most impactful strategies so as to meet their overarching packaging goals. Alongside these modelling projects, Paul also provided clients with a regulatory monitoring service, providing companies with updates on Extended Producer Responsibility regulations across the world, providing him with in depth knowledge of the workings of these regulations in numerous countries.
Paul has a BA in Physics from the University of Oxford and an MSc in Environmental Sciences from the University of Strathclyde, covering environmental law, policy and economics. For his dissertation he conducted a study assessing the suitability of a range of indicators to guide Scotland’s transition to a circular economy.