Meet the Team

Worldwide Waste Wise (WWW) was created from the original company, South West Regional Assessment Centre (SWRAC), which was established in 1996 as a WAMITAB regional centre for Competence qualifications within the waste and resource management industry. SWRAC has grown into a large multi-discipline collegiate and we wanted WWW to maintain its original roots, as we are particularly passionate about the waste and environmental industries as well as health and safety!

We are based in Dorset but have a large network of Associates who enable us to provide a service to the whole of the UK. We have a personal, friendly and no-nonsense approach to both our training and consultancy offer, and our pricing is based upon reasonableness and transparency. So there will never be any nasty surprises when dealing with us.

Our expertise includes: Permit applications, landfill, aerobic & anaerobic digestion, composting, collection systems, recycling planning, waste audits, hazardous and non-hazardous waste and our training courses range from basic waste management awareness to level 4 competency qualifications. Between us all we’ve more than 300 years’ experience!

We are Chartered Members of the Chartered Institute of Wastes Management and approved trainers & assessors for CIWM/WAMITAB, City and Guilds, NOCN, CIWM , CIEM and IOSH.

Meet the Team


Judith qualified as an ecologist and has worked in the environmental/waste sector for more than 30 years both for the public and private sectors. She is a Chartered Waste Manager and primarily manages Waste Wise. She also assesses CIWM/WAMITAB and health & safety qualifications and delivers IOSH & Waste Smart courses as well as bespoke training. She enjoys being outdoors particularly gardening, walking and cycling and is a very reluctant jogger!


Managing Director
Managing Director: Adrian’s waste management career started from the age of 18 as the Waste Management Trainee for the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. His specialisms include: collection/cleansing operations, recycling systems, license applications, waste separation, and composting verification. He enjoys running a mini zoo in his back garden!


Peripatetic trainer/Assessor
Peter has a degree in Civil Engineering and is a Chartered Waste Manager with more than 30 years‘ experience in the waste and resource sector. He has previously held senior management positions within Wimpey Waste Management and at Director level for Hemmings Waste Management Ltd so is well qualified to provide business and commercial advice – specialising in SMEs. He’s particularly good at providing environmental, health & safety and permitting advice and can provide TCM cover to a wide range of facilities. Peter enjoys playing hockey particularly touring festivals, cycling and running.


Peripatetic trainer/Assessor/IQA
Tessa has a degree in geography and worked for Dorset County Council’s Waste Regulation section before moving to the Environment Agency. She is a Chartered Waste Manager and Environmentalist with more than 30 years of expertise including providing practical advice and training on compliance, waste audits and operator competence for a wide range of facilities. She really enjoys walking, cycling, keep fit and horseriding.


Peripatetic trainer/Assessor/IQA
Jessica is a Chartered Chemist and Chartered Waste Manager with 27 years’ experience in the waste and resource industry. She has considerable practical expertise in all aspects of the waste sector in particular hazardous, clinical and biological waste treatment and is qualified to provide TCM cover for a range of facility types. Jessica has extensive knowledge on environmental legislation and has developed and delivered a number of bespoke training courses on a variety of waste topics for all site types including initial and continuing competence for the statutory scheme. She enjoys walking, swimming and gardening when she has the time!


Peripatetic trainer/Assessor
Mark is a qualified chemist experienced in hazardous, non-hazardous and clinical waste involving landfills, treatment plants and transfer stations. Holding both environmental and health and safety qualifications – his wide range of experience operating sites and managing people in large multinational organisations. He is great at providing training and advice covering health and safety, environmental, operational, commercial, financial and compliance issues as well as TCM cover. He likes to spend his spare time enjoying long walks with the dog and doing a weekly Park Run.


Peripatetic trainer/Assessor
Claire has a degree in Environmental Protection and is a Chartered Waste Manager. She has a wealth of experience in auditing and compliance within the waste sector having started her career in 2004 as an Environment Officer at the Environment Agency where she worked for more than 13 years. Claire’s more recent experience extends to consultancy work for the waste industry offering advice and guidance to a variety of businesses including permitting advice and application submissions as well as fire prevention plans. Claire has also worked as the Environmental Protection Officer at an MOD site covering over 5ha of protected land. Claire has two young children that keep her busy and when she’s not at home she can be found in the gym!


Peripatetic trainer/Assessor
Phil is a Chartered Chemist, Chartered Scientist, and Chartered Waste Manager and a qualified health and safety professional since 1990 with also being an OSHCR Consultant. He has considerable experience in landfill sites, transfer stations, treatment operations, contaminated land & land spreading and qualified to provide TCM cover for a range of waste facilities. He specialises in health & safety advice and training including IOSH and TCM cover training, as well as Environmental Permitting compliance. His leisure interests include his motor cars, cruising and family.


Peripatetic trainer/Assessor
Fiona is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and has worked in the waste industry for 17 years, she is experienced with working with people from a variety of backgrounds including Landfill, Municipal, Local Authorities, Transfer Stations and Energy from Waste from Operative Level to Senior Management Level. She has also assisted in the waste industry in piloting the CMS. In her spare time Fiona can be found with her family, she loves travelling and also working on new initiatives.


Peripatetic trainer/Assessor
Sue has been involved in the waste industry for over 20 years and is particularly experienced in both non-hazardous and hazardous transfer stations, and can provide TCM cover for both, as well as land remediation projects. She holds environmental qualifications as well as Health & Safety and delivers bespoke health & safety training including IOSH. Sue spends much of her spare time on the beaches and broads of Norfolk.


Office Manager
Claire is our Office Manager and brings with her 20 years of library and academic book supply experience from the further and higher education sectors. She handles all aspects of the office administration including the accounts, registering candidates and claiming their awards, preparing course paperwork and associated logistics. She loves spending time with her family, walking the dog or can otherwise be found with her head buried in a book!
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