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Mr. Paul Cox

  • Job title: Senior Lecturer in Waste Management
  • Department: Environmental Science

General information


  • 2011-Present – University of Northampton Teaching Fellowship
  • 2008-Present - Senior Lecturer (Wastes Management), the University of Northampton.2008-Present – Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • 2006-2008 - Post Graduate Certificate for Teaching in Higher Education, the University of Northampton
  • 1999-2008 - Researcher, the University of Northampton
  • 1995-1998 - BSc (Hons) Earth Science with Fossils and Evolution, University College. Northampton


  • Providing academic support for students engaged in distance learning
  • Production and coordination of distance learning materials and assessment items for a range of courses in both wastes management and environmental cleaning management


  • Academic support for students engaged in distance learning
  • Member of distance learning steering groups
  • Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (Corporate Member)
  • Institute of Physics (Member)
  • Higher Education Academy (Fellow)


  • BSc Wastes Management (Distance Learning)
    • ENV2001/DL Contaminated Land
    • ENV2034/DL Mechanical Biological and Thermal Treatment of Wastes
    • ENV1004DL Environmental Issues
    • ENV1010DL Wastes as an Environmental Issue
    • ENV4006DL Dissertation
  • BSc Environmental Science (Taught)
    • ENV2034 Mechanical Biological and Thermal Treatment of Wastes
    • ENV2001 Contaminated Land
    • ENV2014 Air and Water - Processes
  • University Certificates (Distance Learning)
    • ENV1020DL Managing Activities in the Wastes Industry
    • ENV1108DL Hygiene and Health
    • ENV2037DL Biological and Other Hazards in the Cleaning Industry
    • ENV2021DL Environmental Legislation for the Cleaning Industry
    • ENV2022DL Quantification, Enterprise and Marketing in the Cleaning Industry


  • Biological wastes management
  • Pedagogic research 


Jump to: 2015


  1. Waite, S., Cox, P. and Tudor, T. L. (2015) Strategies for local authorities to achieve the EU 2020 50% recycling, reuse and composting target: A case study of England. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 105, pp. 18-28. 0921-3449.
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