New BDM strengthens Lorien's low-carbon offering

Amy Wilding has joined Lorien Engineering Solutions to support the growing Sustainability business, and will focus upon client account management within the heritage sector, and support clients within the waste industry. Amy has a number of year's sales experience within the waste industry and worked for a leading nationwide integrated waste management company as business development manager.

Amy comments: "My move to Lorien will be a welcome and exciting new challenge. I will be working closely with our clients in the renewable waste sector and also in the heritage sector (where Lorien have a substantial track record with the National Trust) by introducing technologies and equipment required for Biomass, Biogas and Waste to Energy projects helping clients to reduce their carbon footprint and to save money."

Steve Turner, Director of Sustainability at Lorien says: "The Low Carbon agenda is gaining momentum within the UK, and Lorien are placed at the forefront of engineering solutions to meet the growing need to reduce energy intensity within businesses, selecting alternative energy schemes, and optimising the use of waste materials within EfW schemes, composting and general recycling.  Amy will add to the growing team of specialists we have operating in this area, and with her recent involvement in integrated waste management business development, this provides Lorien with more capacity to provide assistance to our clients."