SLR’s experienced team works across global waste and resource supply chains delivering independent, commercially focused advice to waste generators, service operators, infrastructure developers, funders, and the public sector.
Our geographic spread ensures clients receive advice that best reflects local legislation, guidance and commercial conditions, whilst also benefitting from our unique perspective on international best practice.
How can we help?
With a proven track record spanning more than 25 years, SLR’s experience spans the full range of waste and resource management solutions, from minimisation and reuse, recycling and composting, energy recovery to final disposal, and we are now providing solutions across sustainability and circular economy themes.
The team also manages input from our complementary in-house engineering, permitting, planning and specialist environmental services teams when needed, to deliver fully aligned, cost effective infrastructure solutions.
Core services provided include:
- Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessments
- Circular Economy support
- Services and infrastructure procurement
- Due diligence and market analysis
- Strategy development, services review and options appraisal
- Business case development and cost modelling
- Policy development and review
- Carbon and greenhouse gas modelling for waste and resources projects
Our team includes
Technical Discipline Manager
Richard leads our Waste and Resource Management team. He has extensive experience of working in private sector and local authority waste management organisations, with direct experience of leading and managing projects, waste and environmental services reviews and strategy development, procuring and managing complex municipal contracts, providing technical environmental services advice, and leading business improvement and development functions.
Technical Director, Sustainability
Simon has over 20 years’ experience assisting public and private clients on matters of waste management, the circular economy, sustainability and life cycle assessment (LCA). His client list is correspondingly broad, covering public and private clients, large and small, British and international. Through this diverse project experience, Simon has developed an expertise for applying the LCA method to assist his clients with their particular goals, such as reducing their environmental impacts or understanding the relative performance of different design options.
Munashe has been involved in various aspects of waste and resource management for both the public and private sector. His experience includes waste flow modelling, feasibility studies for proposed waste management infrastructure, life cycle assessment work, market assessments as part of lender or vendor side due diligence engagements; and developing site waste management plans and operational waste management strategies for new residential or mixed-use developments. Clients he has worked with include local authorities, waste management companies, investment banks, private equity firms and housing developers.
James Martin is a Circular Economy and Waste Associate, supporting public and private sector clients to identify, adopt and evaluate circular practices that decouple economic growth from resource use.
He has 13 years professional experience delivering waste, recycling and circular economy opportunities. James has supported IFIs and Governments to improve the sustainability of sectors through new policies, strategies and evidence papers. He has supported clients in multiple sectors, including food and drink, bioeconomy, manufacturing, renewables, construction and finance, to embed circular practices that deliver measurable economic, environmental and social benefits.