This month's successful members

8th August 2013

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IEMA would like to pass on its congratulations to the following individuals on successfully upgrading their membership

Associate via the online entry exam

Fiona Abbott, Tata Steel
Eniola Adenuga

Carley Allison, Tata Steel
Toni Ashton, ABP UK
Nicholas Avery, Tata Steel
Andrew Clark, Merseyside Environmental Advisory Service
Paul Comerford, Ministry of Defence
Simon Culling, Wafer Technology
Richard Dainty

Toni Dalton, Artelia UK
Alistair Deighan, Gulf Marine Services
Nicholas Desira

Gary Dickenson, AQA
Christopher Faulkner Gibson

Gary Fern, Walkers Snack Foods
Katie Fisher, Software Alliance Wales
Steve Flaherty, NYSE Euronext
Oliver Foster

Claire Grainger, Tata Steel
Philip Gray, BDP
Vicky Hall, National Physical Laboratory
Jason Heatman, Tata Steel
Richard Jeans, Emcor Group
Alan John, Tata Steel
Danny Kearney, Lee Demolition
Sue Kidd, Monmouthshire Housing Association
Darryl Lewis, Tata Steel
Elisa Manicardi, GW Pharmaceuticals
David Martin, ERIKS Industrial Services
David McCabe, LRQA
Shaun McKenna

Sean Meyrick, Tata Steel
Vicki Mitchell, NHS Property Services
Paul Morriss, A E Rodda & Son
Darren Mould, FCO Services
Laurence Newman, AWE
Andrew Nolan, Tata Steel
Mike Parkes, Defence Support Group
Alun Rix, McArthurGlen –Bridgend
Emma Ryan, BioRegional
David Smith, Landmarc Support Services
Richard Smith, British Sugar
Holly Stainer, BPF Group
Graham Stockport, Tata Steel
Luke Tattersall, AA Projects
Graeme Tolmie, Cranswick Country Foods
Nick Tovey, Murphy Group
Carl Ward, Greenwoods Communications
Monica Mosquera Vazquez, Argyll Environmental
Simon Walker, Tata Steel
Jessica West, WB Projects
David Whyte, General Dynamics UK
Laura Wilkins, Babcock International Group
Hollie Wilson, Tata Steel
Hywel Woolf, Tata Steel

Full membership

Mahboob Ali, SGS
Martin Ballard, Willmott Dixon
Jo Colwell, Oxford City Council
Jessica May, Balfour Beatty
David Morgan, Cornwall Council
Duncan Murray, ACD Ecology

Full and Chartered environmentalist

Clare Blackledge, Environment Agency
Gemma Bourne, Bovis Lend Lease
Alexander Hampson, Black & Veatch
Alan Lloyd, Industrial Air Monitoring Consultants
Isaac Njoroge, Lafarge Cement UK
Angela Payne, Deloitte
Adrian Rous, WYG
Harry Sealy, Halcrow/CH2M Hill
Nicola Steele, Enterprise Mouchel
Laurie Wills, Element Sustainability
Matt Winter, Highways Agency
Helen Worsley, National Grid

Upgrading your membership is important in ensuring you gain the professional recognition you deserve. It can help you secure the job you want and achieve a higher salary. To progress your membership visit or call +44 (0)1552 540 069.


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