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ViSmundi limited  Owner and Principal Consultant
bh energygap ltd  
energygap ltd  
Chairman & Chief Executive
VEOLIA environmental services
Managing Director, Technology  
rolls royce industrial power group
Project Management & Engineering Director

combuston engineering corp Managing Director

BABCOCK POWER GROUP  Chief Mechanical Engineer


  • Non-executive Director DRENL Ltd and Waste2Tricity Ltd
  • Deputy Chairman South of England Regional Development Agency
  • Visiting Professor, University of Southampton
  • ​Trustee Veolia Environmental Trust
  • Trustee & Director, The Institute for Sustainability
  • Fellow of Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  • Member of Chartered Institution of Wastes Management
  • ​Fellow of Royal Society of Arts

I am a Chartered Engineer with an extensive project management and technical capability in power and energy systems

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I can advise on a wide range of waste management topics based on hands-on experience, including due diligence and risk assessment

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About Me

​​and I’m a specialist in waste treatment & management, energy recovery and contracting .

Professional Experience



Quick Facts

BSC nuclear engineering
Queen mary college, university of london

Professional Skills

BA, humanities & social science
open university

Waste Management Strategy

Keith Riley

AGE:Old enough
HOMETOWN: Cranbrook, Kent, UK
DEGREE: BA (OU), BSc (Eng)
FAVORITE PASTIMES: All sorts of music and travelling

​​I am Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.  Most of all, though, I am a specialist in waste management and all that goes with it.

I have had a long and successful career in building plants that produce energy and in the last 22 years have applied that knowledge to how we get the best from the waste we all produce. Entering into waste management in the early 1990s gave me the opportunity to play a major role in moving UK waste disposal out of the landfill and into resource recovery, recycling and a source of energy. Today they call it the Circular Economy.