Eccell Environmental

About

Passion.
Commitment.
Innovators.

History

Co-founding Directors Jo Drummond and Patrick Nolan established EcCell Environmental Management in 1995. The company offered sustainability services consulting to the construction and demolition and property sector on environmental management issues.

The company is based at Bondi Junction in Sydney Australia and all interstate and international projects are managed on-site. EcCell has completed contracts on over 165 major projects in Australia, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates.

In 2011 EcCell launched EcCell Greenskills Training (EGT). EGT launched a Certificate IV course ‘Environmental Management and Sustainability’ for construction sites.

 

 

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People

 
 
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Co-Founder, Managing Director & CEO

Jo Drummond

Jo has extensive experience in all aspects of C&D waste and recycling management with clients including Brookfield Multiplex, Prebuild, Built, Mirvac, Lend Lease  Scentre Group, Richard Crooks, Hutchinson’s, John Holland.

Skills

  • Waste Management Advisor Demolition and Construction Industry

  • Development waste management plans for Development Applications

  • Development and implementation of waste minimisation strategies

  • Development and delivery of Waste education material

 

Education

Murdoch University
Bachelor of Communications, 1994

TAFE NSW
Certificate IV Workplace Training & Assessment, 1998

 

Activities & Affiliations

  • Member of the Waste Management Association

  • Trainer at TAFE NSW

  • Global Exemplar

  • Greenstar Accredited Professional

  • Waste & environmental auditor


 

 
 
 
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Partner

Patrick Nolan

Patrick Nolan is a co-founder of Eccell Environmental Management. Coming from the restaurant industry, Patrick has brought knowledge and understanding of commercial and industrial waste systems. H is an expert in environmental and waste auditing and has had over 20 years experience in auditing construction sites in Australia and the Middle East.

 

Education

SYDNEY UNIVERSITY
BA., Social & Political Theory, 1996

TAFE NSW
Certificate IV Workplace Training & Assessment,1998

Activities & Affiliations

  • Member of the Waste Management Association

  • Author of Reduce Waste at the Source on Construction Sites

  • Trainer of council waste officers

  • Waste & environmental auditor

 

 
 
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Partner

Simon Lunn

Simon's work has a practical basis, developed through early labouring, working as an exploration field assistant and more recently as a contaminated land consultant.  He has developed excellent written and verbal communication abilities employed with, but not limited to, subcontractors, clients, legislative bodies, co-workers, managerial hierarchy and reporting.

Simon has technical writing skills and an ability to accurately interpret and report on large sets of data, as is evident through my  first class thesis (2011) and subsequent publication in 2014. He has been trained at a foundation level in a variety of software programs including QGIS, Surfer, gINT, Blastware, WinLoG ESDAT and Photolink. I also am proficient with Microsoft Office, Word, Excel and Outlook Express. I am eager to learn and adapt to new operating software and technologies.

Education

CURTIN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Bachelor of Science (Honours), Environmental Science, 2011

LINKÖPING UNIVERSITY
Masters in Science for Sustainable Development, 2017 – 2019

Activities & Affliations

  • Director for Environmental Programs at Curtin Volunteers, 2009-2011

  • President of the Curtin Environmental Biology Club (CEBC), 2010

  • Curtin University Graduate Science Prize for Academic Performance, 2010

  • First class honours thesis studying saline mine water from a Nickel mine in Australia’s Kimberly region, 2011

  • Thesis paper published in PlosOne, journal for ecotoxicological research, 2014