Whilst scoping various sectors within the e-waste industry, our connections have come about naturally. E for Good believes in the power of partnership to create change and recognise that we cannot achieve our campaign goals alone. Our work is enhanced by building strong and long-lasting relationships with our partners, supporters and friends.


Key Connections







Julia Hailes – www.juliahailes.com

Julia is a campaigning consultant, a writer, a speaker, a green entrepreneur and an opinion former. She has worked for over 25 years in the environmental world and has an outstanding reputation for initiating change and getting things done.  In 1987 she co-founded the environmental consultancy and think tank, SustainAbility, alongside John Elkington. Julia is co-founder and director of E For Good.






Environcom – www.environcom.co.uk 

Environcom is committed to reusing as much e-waste as possible. It recognises that reuse has a huge impact on the recycling industry and can decrease pollution. They have helped us develop our ideas, provided us with some seed funding and will be working with us to set up an exemplar on how e-waste should be collected, reused and recycled.







Raw Foundation  – www.rawfoundation.org

Raw Foundation is working with young people to tackle the problems caused by our materialistic and disposable culture. One of their key campaigns is targeting e-waste. They have helped us develop our educational ideas and materials for schools, colleges and universities. Melinda Watson is the founder of Raw Foundation.


Close Connections

SHP Limited

Blackmore IT

Computer Aid

Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA)

Margaret Bates, Northampton University

Gemma Clinton, Dorset Waste Partnership



Brooks Lyndhurst

Eden Project

Environment Agency

Ian Williams, Southampton University

Waste Watch


Gary Griffiths, RDC