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CIWM elects new junior vice president

The Charted Institution of Wastes Management has elected a new junior vice president. The new junior vice president is Derek Greedy and he has worked in both the public and private sectors of the waste and resources management industry for more than 30 years.

Speaking about his new appointment, Greedy said: The CIWM has played a key role in developing professionalism and skills in this industry, as well as providing a forum for waste professionals to come together and share experience and good practice.

After ten years in the water industry, Greedy joined Cambridgeshire County Council in 1975 as a regulator for hazardous waste movements and site licensing. He went on to work as a landfill and technical manager for two of the UKs largest waste management companies before moving into consultancy.

Greedy joined CIWM in 1983 and become a fellow in 1999. He is very active on the international stage with International Solid Waste Association, currently as chair of its landfill working group.

CIWM chief executive Steve Lee said: With over 20 years of service to the Institution, Derek is a fitting and welcome candidate and brings a wealth of experience to the presidential team.

 

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