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3rd November 2014

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Richard Sykes

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


Sarah Adams, The Hydraulic Centre

Norasiah Haji Ahmad, MINDEF

Elizabeth Ainslie, Hosking Associates

Deborah Astles, Unipart Group

Sam Aukland

Rachael Burkey, Siemens

Matthew Chester, BP Global

Eleanor Christelow, Costain

Jonathan Clubb, Yorkshire and Humber Assembly

Peter Coy, Applicus

Clare Fallon

Andrew Farley, Flint Group

Stephanie Ferry, GB Railfreight

Glenn Forbes, Magnox

Paul Forster, Halco Rock Tools

Iain Forsyth, Carbon Footprint

Katie Gray, SWH

Lesley Harkin

Barry Harwell, First Great Western

Thomas Heath, National Grid

Martin Hoar, Stonegate Farmers

Tom Hughes, Flint Group

Wayne Hydon

Jason James, Magnox

Andrew Lack, Turner Business Consultants

Tom Lack, European Metal Recycling

Trevor Lawton, Mars Petcare UK

Andrew Le Masurier, University of Southampton

Kathryn Manning, Bromsgrove District Council

Frances Martin, Occidental Petroleum of Qatar

Adam McLaughlin, Sainsbury's

Jennifer McTeer, Amec Environment and Infrastructure UK

Anja Mudric, Nestlé Adriatic

Andrew Newton

Timothy O'Reilly

David Partridge, Knowledgepool

Gareth Pulman

Peter Renton, Northside Truck and Van

Rebecca Riches, Sainsbury's

Oliver Robinson, University of Southampton

Andrew Shaw, Wagstaff Interiors Group

Emmanuel Taiwo, Natural Resources Institute

Ai Wun Tan, Hengyi Industries SDN BHD

Aled Williams, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water

Cerian Wood, Unilever UK

Full and Chartered environmentalist

Fiona Brannigan, Sustainability Spirals

Richard Gould, Environment Agency (NEAS)

Jane Huxtable, Jacobs Engineering UK

AdaAllanah Kidd, Downer New Zealand

Robert McCann, InterContinental Hotels Group

Upgrading your IEMA membership is key to you gaining the professional recognition you deserve. Learn more at or call +44 (0)1522 540069.

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