Retiring formally after 25 years in the waste sector Peter T Jones is now involved in expounding and delivery of the emergent circular economy. Interest in the concept developed after initiating the Biffaward Mass Balance Programme from 1997 to 2008. Now retired from Biffa he is operating in NED or support roles for advanced thermal conversion technology companies as well as pro bono work for Policy Connect, environmental NGOs, CIWEM and a Community Interest Company establishing low carbon best practice in Leicestershire. That work facilitates links between funders, technology providers, waste companies, property companies and fossil energy users. He qualified as an Industrial Economist in 1969 , holds an Honorary Degree from the University of Southampton for work associated with Environmental technologies and is a Member or Fellow of CIM , CIWEM, CIWM , CILT.
He has advised a wide range of blue chips with regard to Distributed energy from Waste , Chaired the WRAP sponsored Gas to Grid Group and the now defunct but groundbreaking West Midlands study into co- location of resource recovery processes.
Economic Instruments and Packaging Consumption
August 23, 2016 from our The 2016 Global Dialogue On Waste, Video Panels Watch Chris Sherrington and Tim Elliott from Eunomia Research & Consulting discuss the role of deposits and other economic and policy instruments to reduce consumption and climate change. This panel was co-organized by Eunomia Research & Consulting and be Waste Wise (@bewastewise) under the 2016 Global Dialogue on Waste.
Zero waste versus zero landfill
August 26, 2014 from our The 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste, Video Panels Peter Jones and Maxine Perella discuss about Zero waste versus zero landfill and what should circular economy thinkers realistically aspire to.