Tanguy is based in Eunomia’s Bristol office and works within the waste operations team. He is a highly skilled data analyst and uses his scientific understanding of diverse environmental topics to provide insightful modelling support to a variety of projects.
Since joining Eunomia, Tanguy has quickly proven himself to be an accomplished modeller, putting his natural numeracy skills to good use in a number of public sector projects, both local and national.
At a national level, Tanguy has been heavily involved in two high-impact projects for Welsh Government, generating the evidence used to inform country-wide waste policy decisions. Notably, he led the design and construction of a model used in a Regulatory Impact Assessment addressing the future of Welsh commercial waste.
At a local authority level, Tanguy has worked on several household waste collection projects, helping a variety of local authorities achieve both savings and improved recycling rates through a combination of thorough research, data analysis, and production of impactful communication material.
Additionally, Tanguy has assumed a number of internal responsibilities, including the regular analysis of and reporting on Eunomia’s online impact, and the maintenance and improvement of several in-house databases.
Tanguy joined Eunomia after graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Sciences with first class honours from the University of Bath. His time at Bath included a year of practical research within the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies, where he developed a new synthetic route to a suite of novel plastics using sugar and carbon dioxide as sustainable feedstocks; an area of research closely allied to the circular economy agenda.
Whilst at university, Tanguy was also heavily involved in the environmental society, running a number of environmental campaigns and organising the first environmental careers evening on the university campus.