Staff

We are dedicated to reducing the University’s environmental impact whilst making it an attractive place to work, study and live.  We focus on both technical solutions and behavioural change projects working in partnership with staff, students and the wider community to achieve our aims.

Bill Hancox, Director of Facilities Management

I am the senior lead for environmental sustainability within Edge Hill University, ensuring that we have long-term strategies and plans in place for carbon emission reduction and positive environmental change.

I commit to the continued provision of adequate financial and physical resources, and to the further embedding of a positive culture, to ensure that environmental sustainability remains a priority for our University.

Pam Brandwood, Energy Manager

It is my job to develop, manage and implement the University’s Environmental Management Strategy. I work with internal and external stakeholders in an effort to improve and embed environmental sustainability across the University. I am also responsible for the University’s Carbon Management Plan with a focus on energy and water efficiency. I do my best to ensure maximum environmental and financial returns are achieved from investments by involving a range of different partners.

Tina Hanson, Waste Manager

My role requires me to manage the day-to-day waste and recycling contract on campus, monitor data and identify programmes to reduce waste and increase recycling.

Beverly Seed, Catering Manager

I am responsible for developing and implementing a sustainable catering service, including: management of the sustainable food policy; increasing the procurement of environmentally and ethically sound goods; overseeing Vegetarian Society accreditation and Soil Association’s ‘Food for Life’ catering mark; providing healthy meals and promoting healthy eating on campus; and identifying waste reduction and recycling opportunities.

Dave Oldham, Director of Capital Projects

I am in charge of overseeing the University’s estates strategy and master plan ensuring that that the principles of sustainable development are incorporated at all stages.  This includes the design, development and construction of award-winning sustainable buildings, incorporating renewable energy sources where approriate and the responsible management of waste from construction and refurbishment projects.

 

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