Tony McGurk – Co-Founder and Chairman Reward4Waste

Co-Founder and Chairman Tony’s greatest passion is solving problems with disruptive technology. Tony created Reward4Waste in 2018 with the mission to reduce waste through pioneering digital technology – focussing on unique coding to bring traceability and transparency...

Lee Marshall – Policy & External Affairs Director at CIWM

Lee is the Policy & External Affairs Director at CIWM and has spent nearly 30 years in waste management after graduating with an Environmental Technology degree. He has a long career in local government, having worked for three English local authorities and one...

Minister of State, Ossian Smith, T.D

Ossian Smyth TD is Minister of State with responsibility for Public Procurement and eGovernment at the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. He is also responsible forCommunications and the Circular Economy.  He was appointed to this role in July 2020.  He has...

Neill Ryan – CEO, Greyhound Recycling

Neill is the CEO of Greyhound. Before deciding to embrace waste management he was a founder, and leader, in the technology sector. It was here he saw the benefits that technology could bring to many industries. Waste in particular.  His focus has always been, and is...

Dr Sarah Miller – Chief Executive, The Rediscovery Centre

Sarah is an environmental scientist and experienced business development manager.  With over 20 years professional experience, in the environmental services sector in the UK, Ireland and Australia, Sarah has worked primarily with commercial, public sector and social...

Séamus Clancy – Chief Executive Officer Repak

Séamus Clancy joined Repak Ltd as Chief Executive in April 2014, with over 20 years’ industry experience as a senior executive. A native of Cork, Séamus holds a primary degree in Civil Engineering from UCC and a master’s from the University of Birmingham, UK.  Prior...

Leo Donovan – CEO, WEEE Ireland

Leo Donavan is the CEO of WEEE Ireland, Ireland’s leading compliance scheme organising the environmental management of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and waste batteries. Leo has more than 30 years’ experience in the electronic recycling business in...

Liam Dunne – Plant Manager, Irish Packaging Recycling

Liam joined the Panda Group in January 2012 as Plant Manager of the largest Mixed Dry Recycling facility in Ireland. The facility employs 130 people and sorts domestic recyclables from 350,000 homes in Dublin. Prior to this, Liam spent 2 years as a Health and Safety...