Trevor is a senior officer in a large local authority having recently been appointed as Head of Shared Waste Services for Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire District Councils. Prior to this, he was Head of Recycling, Waste and Fleet Services at Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council in North Staffordshire.  

Trevor has extensive experience of issues affecting waste services in local authorities, including insourcing recycling collections from the contractor, procuring waste treatment contracts and collection vehicles, operating trade waste services and delivering efficiency savings. He was previously Chair of the Staffordshire Waste Officers Group.

After graduating from Newcastle upon Tyne University, Trevor previously worked in surveying, undertaking much international travel as a hydrographic surveyor in the oil and gas industry. Transferring his skills to the waste sector, he joined a waste management consultancy in 2005 and quickly gained industry knowledge through a variety of different projects.

Trevor is passionate about the education of professionals working in the resource and waste industry. Trevor is a Fellow and Trustee of CIWM and a former Director and Trustee of WAMITAB (Waste Management Industry Training and Advisory Board). 

Since becoming a Chartered CIWM Member in 2009, he has actively contributed to the work of CIWM, including on the CIWM Midlands Centre Council and organising an annual conference with LARAC (Local Authority Recycling and Advisory Committee) in the Midlands region for the last 5 years. 

Adam is External Affairs Director at SUEZ Recycling & Recovery UK Ltd, responsible for government engagement, consultation responses and general stakeholder management. He also spends a lot of his time on technical working groups and committees on behalf of the ESA, FEAD, ISWA and of course the CIWM.

Adam has been in the waste & resources sector for over 20 years, first as a local authority recycling officer with the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, and then as an academic and lecturer at Kingston University. 

He then spent 17 years in consultancy, with ERM, Hyder (now Arcadis) and AEA (now Ricardo) developing teams of waste and resource management specialists and delivering major support programmes on behalf of key organisations including WRAP, DEFRA and ZWS. Adam has specialised in recycling service design, consultation and procurement, working with many of the sector’s most innovative authorities and led major waste infrastructure procurement projects for a mix of facilities from MBT and AD to EfW.

Adam has been active internationally for much of his career, developing national, regional and city waste strategies in many places – including Russia, Mali, India, Australia – and has been a member of ISWA since 1995.

Adam is a Chartered Waste Manager, a Fellow of the CIWM since 2007 and a Director and Trustee of WAMITAB. He has been an active CIWM member for almost 20 years, latterly as a Trustee.

Anna is senior associate at Clyde & Co and has been practicing environmental law for 10 years. Prior to becoming a lawyer, she was an environmental consultant for 5 years advising on environmental permitting, hydrogeological risk assessments and EIAs, after completing her PhD in landfill engineering.

Anna has been a member of CIWM for 20 years, having joined when she was a student. She became a Fellow five years ago and is vice chair of the CIWM Regulatory Special Interest Group, as well as centre chair for the East Anglian Centre Council. 

Among Anna’s many CIWM hats, she is also New Members' Network co-ordinator for the East Anglian region. 

She is also Co-Convenor for the UK Environmental Law Association's Waste Working Party.

Enda is a Civil Engineering graduate from the University of Ulster, Jordanstown, a Chartered Waste Manager and a CIWM Fellow since January 2011. He is the current chair of the Rep of Ireland Centre. He is also a General Councillor and a Trustee of CIWM and was a Non-Executive Director of CIWM Enterprises from 2012 – 2015.

Enda has worked in the local authority service since 1997, specialising in waste management and in waste operations in particular. His experience includes waste licence applications for landfill facilities, waste licence implementation on landfill and civic amenity facilities, environmental management systems, project management of the design, construction and operation of civic amenity facilities. 

Other areas of expertise relate to the permitting of waste facilities, waste enforcement, street cleansing and infrastructure development, and implementation of the WEEE Directive in Ireland. He was Project Manager for the introduction of Pay By Weight and the kerbside collection of dry recyclables in South Cork. 

Elected as Junior Vice President of the Institution in 2016, he is currently the Head of Waste Enforcement at Cork County Council.