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Group Public Sector Lead joins BioteCH4 Team

We are thrilled to announce the recent appointment of Group Public Sector Lead, Pamela Woolcock (formerly Lloyd). Pamela joins our team bringing a wealth of experience with her.


September got off to a great start for us as we welcomed Pamela to our team, in addition to several other new members of staff across BioteCH4. Pamela joins us to support the work we’re doing across the public sector and supporting our customers with the industry changes yet to come.

Pamela has over 19 years’ experience in the waste management, consultancy, local authority, and AD sectors, is a Chartered Waste Manager and in her last role successfully delivered and managed contracts with over 50 local authorities.

With a career that has spanned most aspects of the industry, a farming background, an exemplary academic background and running around after two small children, we know Pamela has what it takes to handle the varied and challenging role ahead.

We’re also pleased that Pamela will be joining our Chief Commercial Officer, Lee Dobinson at RWM 2021, in his seminar ‘Transforming Food Waste for Good’ next week. If you’ve not yet registered, you can do so here.

As the implementation of the Government’s resources and waste strategy draws ever nearer, local authorities are coming under increased pressure to separately collect and recycle their food waste.

The goal of eliminating all food waste reaching landfill by 2030 is an ambitious one, that cannot be underestimated or delivered without the support of the public, local councils, those associated with AD plants and food waste collection services and local businesses.

To understand more about the process and how we can help your organisation overcome the practical challenges it may face, while supporting you in reducing emissions, operational and existing disposal costs all within a secure and experienced supply chain please get in touch with Pamela or a member of our team to find out more.

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