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Scott Winston


Scott is an R&D leader with extensive experience in developing, integrating and deploying the very latest technology advances to generate commercial growth within global brands to open new consumer opportunities

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Sandy Westwater

Executive Chairman

In addition to his background at P&G and PA Consulting, Sandy is Co-Founder of Pilot Lite Group. During his career, he has developed key relationships with leading multi-nationals across FMCG, Consumer Health, Nutrition and Pharma 

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Simon Haworth


Structured finance specialist with a career spanning investment funds, investment banking and law. Prior to Pulpex and Pilot Lite, Simon was Global Head of Execution at Barclays Capital and then a partner of C12 Capital Management

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Zoe Masey

Finance Director

As a qualified finance professional who has worked in both the UK and Middle East, Zoe has extensive experience of developing and enhancing business platforms for global start-ups - ensuring financial robustness through organisational lifecycles 

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Barrie Harvey


With over 25 years of operational engineering and leadership in complex technical environments, Barrie brings a wealth of team building, transformational and performance optimisation experience to the Pulpex business

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Euan Burns


An experienced business and engineering leader with a background in the Royal Navy, Goldman Sachs and Thames Water. Euan has been a Chartered Engineer for over 15 years and is responsible for industrialising all aspects of the Pulpex technology

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Adam Cooper

Business Support Director

Joining as a Business Support Director in 2021, Adam provides Pulpex with a range of programme, project, HR and logistical support. After graduating, he joined the Royal Navy before taking on roles at Berkeley Group, Babcock International and Biffa 

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Committed to halving its use of virgin plastic materials by 2025 as key part of its sustainable packaging strategy


As part of pep+, PepsiCo is developing disruptive and innovative business models to transform the way the world thinks about packaging

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Haleon aims to reduce its use of virgin petroleum-based plastic by a third and to develop solutions for all product packaging to be recyclable or reusable by 2030


Castrol aims to halve its plastic footprint* by 2030 as part of its PATH360 Sustainability Strategy

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Committed to 75-100% of its packaging being recyclable, refillable, reusable, recycled or recoverable by 2025

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Kraft Heinz is aiming to make all packaging globally recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025


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The world's leading supplier of innovative materials for the packaging industry

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Research and development of bio-based alternatives to synthetic materials


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A leading international producer of specialty chemicals for pulp and paper packaging markets

*To promote the responsible design and management of plastic packaging along its life-cycle, Castrol defines its plastic footprint as the amount of virgin plastic included in its packaging per litre that isn't recycled.Its baseline is 2019.

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