Matthew Farrow, Executive Director

The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC)

Matthew is Executive Director at the Environmental Industries Commission - with overall responsibility for leading the EIC and ensuring its effectiveness as the lead trade body for UK environmental businesses.

A large part of his role involves bolstering lobbying efforts and driving the industry’s representation with government, regulators and the wider policy-making community. After graduating from the University of Cambridge with a BA (Hons) in history, Matthew spent 20 years working at the Confederation of British Industry (CBI); holding positions as both Head of Energy and Environment, and Head of Transport and Planning. After his stint at CBI, Matthew became Director of Policy at the Environmental Services Association (ESA); where he was responsible for all ESA’s policy and lobbying work in the waste sector.”

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Brexit and the politics of environmental regulation

With the Brexit negotiations now under way and the Grenfell Tower fire leading to a reassessment of regulatory strength across the built environment the future shape of the environmental regulatory landscape is more fluid than ever. Matthew will identify the main issues and trends that will affect future regulations and how these might impact on the contamination industry

EVEN MORE SEMINARS

  • Trevor Renals: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Trevor Renals - The Japanese knotweed invasion, past, present and future.

  • Peter Atchison: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Peter Atchison - The Challenges and Opportunities of the Contaminated Land Industry in a post Brexit World

  • Stephen Platkiw: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Stephen Platkiw - Asbestos Management - Communication between all Parties

  • Debbie Burns: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Debbie Burns - Development of Apps to Replace Outdated Paper Systems

  • Holger Kessler: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Holger Kessler - The development and use of ground models