Vasiliki is a key member of Eunomia’s Greek team, and is based in Athens. She has a diverse skillset ranging from technical expertise on waste management and circular economy for the public and private sectors in Greece to financial analysis for EU-funded projects.
Vasiliki has coordinated and delivered technical and financial studies, environmental impact assessments and master plans for the implementation of waste management projects across Greece, including solid waste treatment facilities, hazardous waste management, recycling of separate waste streams, industrial waste, waste collection schemes, green points, and bio-waste management.
Most recently, she delivered a circular economy project for a Greek client regarding actions and policy transformations to promote circular economy investments in Greece. Other current projects (2018-2019) include a study for Industrial Solid Waste management in the Region of Thessaloniki for Epirus Region, a pre-feasibility study for an Anaerobic Digestion Plant in Amman (EBRD) and a project about the preparation of ESIA for construction/operation of Northern Shouneh Final Sorting Center and MSW Transfer Station Rehabilitation in Jordan (UNDP).
Vasiliki has built deep knowledge of Greek and EU environmental policy and legal framework and has led more than 20 Greek municipal and local authorities master plans in order to meet EU targets. She has also participated in the project team for the Master Plan for Solid Waste Management in Central Macedonia Region and as a technical expert for the Master Plan for SWM in Epirus Region.
Vasiliki has an honours degree in civil engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (ΕΜΠ) and an MBA from AUBE. She has worked for over 14 years as an engineer, analyst, consultant, and technical expert in the environmental and infrastructure sector in Greece as well as for international clients (EBRD, UNDP).