Our People

At Environmental Essentials we acknowledge that our employees are a key factor in all our achievements and our track record in service delivery is founded on the skills and team ethic of our talented personnel.

We are fully committed to ensuring that all employees have the relevant knowledge, skills and expertise to perform their work to a consistently high standards and to achieve their full potential.

We recognise that the training and development of our employees is fundamental to the improvement of our operational performance and the achievement of company strategy and goals.

Environmental Essentials employs over 200 professional employees working from our network of regional offices, supported by a dynamic management structure with a wealth of experience in both the public and private sectors. Our commitment to customer service is further demonstrated by the strength of our ‘back office’ support which ranges from CAD technicians to tenant liaison officers, all of which possess formal customer care qualifications.

All of our technical field and laboratory staff possess the relevant BOHS or RSPH certification whilst supervisory personnel are encouraged and actively obtain further professional asbestos and Health & safety qualifications such as CoCA (Certificate of Competence), NEBOSH, IOSH, OHSAS 18001 Auditing and CDM Competency.

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  • Richard Powner

    Executive Director
  • James Riley

    Executive Director
  • Mark Harvey

    Quality Director
  • Dave Poulter

    Key Accounts Director
  • Danny Kirbyshire

    Operations Director - England & Wales
  • Stefan Osina

    Commercial Director
  • Jamie Stevenson

    Operations Director - Scotland & Northern Ireland

Latest news

  • South East office set for growth with exciting new appointment >

    Environmental Essentials are delighted to welcome Lewis Leopard onto the senior management team as Regional Development Manager for London and Read More
  • Asbestos Management Practical Workshop >

    In August Environmental Essentials delivered a new seminar, The Asbestos Management Practical workshop, as a joint initiative with leading licensed Read More
  • New Study Hopes to Improve Early Detection of Mesothelioma >

    Researchers in Germany have developed a novel blood test for mesothelioma cancer that could lead to earlier detection of the Read More
  • Asbestos in Scotland is a 'ticking health timebomb' >

    The use of asbestos across Scotland has created a “ticking time bomb” for those exposed to the substance, experts have Read More
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