Environmental Researcher joins Isis Environment

We have known our latest recruit – Nadine Weaver since 2002 when she first came to work

Our latest recruit
Our latest recruit

in one of our other business enterprises in Brighton. Nadine is from Swansea in South Wales and had already been working for some time in the St. James Veterinary Group in Wales with a BTEC National Diploma as a Veterinary Nurse.

She has since greatly extended her reach, become qualified in teaching both in the UK and overseas, with some considerable time spent working in Brazil, where we share many links in common.

We are very pleased to report that Nadine has successful qualified from Swansea University with a degree in Environmental Conservation.

Nadine has joined the team here at Isis Environmental in June 2015 and will be working on a number of projects, where we need additional research capability for new environmental business start-ups and as advisers in growth acceleration for SME’s with an environmental product or service.

Handily, Nadine can bring to the table considerable experience in Marine Biology in which Swansea excels, plus a good set of core skills, including speaking fluent Portuguese and teaching/training experience

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Marine Salvage Hazardous Cargo

In 1996 one of the company’s directors was involved in the salvage of the MV Nedlloyd Recife, which was a container ship that had run aground on an island 3kms off the coast of Brazil.  The task was to ascertain the contents of the 700+ containers, many filled with chemicals and other hazardous materials and develop a method statement for their disposal.

The work took place over two years, involved a disposal plan to recover the submerged containers, inspect them them ensure the contents could disposed of. Many were transported to local landfills where non-hazardous contents were involved, some to Sao Paulo for co-disposal in a waste-derived fuel plant at Resicontrol SA, and the remainder of the most toxic materials went for incineration in industrial incinerators in the Sorocaba area.  The disposal plan developed saved the insurers approximately US$9million and avoided illegal dumping.Image