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1st May 2015

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Nina Hurhangee

IEMA would like to congratulate the following individuals on recently upgrading their membership as part of their ongoing commitment to learning and professional development.


Ruth Abra, VolkerFitzpatrick

Abdullah Al Ghamdi, SAFCO

Sunitan Al-Hafee, Sabtank Jubail

Mishal Saud Al-Harbi, Saudi Kayan Petrochemical

Mohammed Al-Harbi, Sabic Technology Centre

Mohammed Al-Khatert, IBN ZAHR

Bassam Al-Munshi, SHARQI

Ibrahim Al Oqaily, National Industrial Gases Company

Derek Anderson, Proactive Safety Advisory Services

Ken Andrews, Arena Structures

Julian Badger, Victim Support

Lindsay Barnes

Wayne Bates, Jacobs

Victoria Broucke

Stephen Burnett

Gary Clark, Sellafield

Richard Deeney, Environmental Efficiency Consultants

Rosanne Dinsdale, Marine Scotland

Joanna Dodd, One 51 ES Metals (North)

Alexandra Gardner, Vinci

Christopher Gregg, Ecotricity

Kanako Hasegawa, United Nations Development Programme

James Hennessey

Peter Holburt, Sellafield

Martyn James, Yara

David Leatham

Victoria Leigh, Engineering Services Consultancy

Lynsay Lovegrove, DS Smith

Christina Lumsden, Arup

Robert Main, Marine Scotland

Liam McCarthy, Sedalcol UK

Abdullah F Metwalli, IBN RUSHD

Graham Mills, Network Rail

Rachel Navin, Ramboll UK

Joao Queiros, Marine Scotland

David Ratcliffe, Amey

Imogen Rattle, Environment Agency

David Richardson, Royal Bank of Scotland

Alex Roberts, Aster Property

Matt Rooney, PwC

Malcom Rose, Marine Scotland

David Rushton, Afton Chemical

Kevin Sanders, Telent Technology Services

Peter Shephard, Tata Steel Colours

Paul Simmons, Atkins

Ben Stanton, Johnson Matthey

Dan Stewart, Marine Scotland

Ian Sullivan, Hain Daniels Group

Tim Sutton, Oxfam Novib

Craig Taylor, Robert McBride

Derek Thorpe, Environment Agency

Alexandra Warner, Jones Lang LaSalle

Kirsten Velthuis, Schofield Lothian

Peter Whitworth, Ardagh Group

Susan Wilson, Nexen

Sarah Wormald, Food and Environment Research Agency

David Wren, Interserve (Defence)

Full and Chartered environmentalist

Tom Dearing, RPS Group

Tony Grace, University for the Creative Arts

Brendan Kemp, AECOM

Timothy Leinster, Quod Planning Services

Roger Matthews, Natural Resources Wales/Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru

Ryngan Pyper, Sandpyper

Chartered environmentalist

David Flood, Brakes Group

Nicholas Pincombe, UE Associates


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