Sustainability

Hot 100 Agents of Change

Here's the Hot 100, Resource's annual poll of the mightiest characters in the sustainable waste arena. The quality of nominations this year was staggering, with a record number of new nominees proving that our industry is a renewable resource in itself!

91-100 91 (new) Graham Davy, Sims Recycling Solutions. 92 (new) Mike Read, Mike Read Associates. Read has been championing the value of waste prevention over recycling, particularly through his annual conference ‘Beyond Recycling’. 93 (67) Gareth Morton, Business Development and Marketing Director Resource Futures. 94 (new) Cllr Gary Hopkins, Bristol City Council. Introduced kitchen waste collections to Bristol, one of the first city-wide schemes in the UK to do so. 95 (new) David Greenfield, SECE. Greenfield is responsible for the Waste Information Network (WIN), and facilitates the development of partners within the South East. 96 (new) Eleanor Noel-Johnson, Wiltshire Wildlife Trust. Noel-Johnson has campaigned to reduce the ecological footprint of Wiltshire and Swindon. 97 (new) John and Michael Glover, Bywaters. Nominated for installing innovative waste management systems throughout London, Bywaters is currently developing what is set to become the largest indoor recycling centre in the UK by March 2007. 98 (new) Martin Nye, Englefield Capital. 99 (new) Angus Macpherson, The Environment Exchange. Macpherson oversees the online trading place for packaging recovery notes. 100 (new) Arnold Black, Resource Efficiency KTN.

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