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Dr. Terry Tudor

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

General information

Terry is a Senior Lecturer in Wastes Management, in the Department of Environmental and Geographical Sciences. He received his first degree in Biology, from the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill campus), followed by an MSc in Sustainable Wastes Management from the University of Leeds and a PhD from the University of Exeter. His PhD focused on sustainable waste management within the National Health Service in Cornwall.

He joined the University of Northampton in 2006 as a postdoctoral fellow, in the Wastes Management team, within the Department.

Teaching

Terry is Programme Leader for MSc International Environmental Management and MSc International Wastes Management. He lecturers on and is in some cases module leader on a range of modules including:

  • Wastes Management
  • Environmental and Wastes Legislation
  • Advanced Thermal and Biological Treatment Technologies
  • Waste Minimisation
  • Implementing Sustainability
  • Research and Analytical Methods
  • International Environmental Management Policy and Control

Research

Terry’s research focuses on the sustainable management of waste and resources from different settings. This work has included projects examining links between the management of waste from healthcare facilities and the spread of infections (funded by the National Institute for Health Research),  and understanding how lifestyles and life courses impact upon waste management behaviours (funded by the Leverhulme Trust).

Current students are working on various projects including carbon management within the higher education sector, improving the efficiency of materials recycling facilities (MRFs) and waste management in developing countries.

Publications

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2017

  1. Vaccari, M., Montasser, W., Tudor, T. L. and Leone, L. (2017) Environmental audits and process flow mapping to assess management of solid waste and wastewater from a healthcare facility: an Italian case study. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 189(5) 0167-6369.
  2. Tudor, T. L. (2017) Strategic management of waste and resources in health and social care. British Journal of Healthcare Management. 23(1), pp. 8-11. 1358-0574.
  3. Cleverdon, L., Pole, S., Weston, R., Banga, S. and Tudor, T. L. (2017) The engagement of students in higher education institutions with the concepts of sustainability: a case study of the University of Northampton, in England. Resources. 6(1) 2079-9276. (In Press)

2016

  1. Caniato, M., Tudor, T. L. and Vaccari, M. (2016) Assessment of health-care waste management in a humanitarian crisis: a case study of the Gaza Strip. Waste Management. 0956-053X.
  2. Lee, S., Vaccari, M. and Tudor, T. L. (2016) Considerations for choosing appropriate healthcare waste management treatment technologies: a case study from an East Midlands NHS Trust, in England. Journal of Cleaner Production. 135(1), pp. 139-147. 0959-6526.
  3. Jones, J., Jackson, J., Bates, M. P. and Tudor, T. L. (2016) Factors influencing corporate pro-environmental behaviour - a case study from the UK construction sector. International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development (IJESD). 15(1), pp. 1-15. 1474-6778.
  4. Viani, C., Vaccari, M. and Tudor, T. L. (2016) Recovering value from used medical instruments: a case study of laryngoscopes in England and Italy. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 111, pp. 1-9. 0921-3449.
  5. Tudor, T. L., Holt, C. P., Freestone, N. P., Bhaskaran, G., Suresh, M. and Banga, S. (2016) Sustainability practices and lifestyle groups in a rapidly emerging economy: a case study of Chennai, India. International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development (IJESD). 15(4), pp. 337-351. 1474-6778.
  6. Weddfelt, E., Vaccari, M. and Tudor, T. L. (2016) The development of environmental visions and strategies at the municipal level: case studies from the county of Östergötland in Sweden. Journal of Environmental Management. 179(1), pp. 76-82. 0301-4797.

2015

  1. Dururu, J., Anderson, C., Bates, M. P., Montasser, W. and Tudor, T. L. (2015) Enhancing engagement with community sector organisations working in sustainable waste management: a case study. Waste Management & Research. 33(3), pp. 284-290. 0734-242X.
  2. Tudor, T. L., Baddley, J. and Mayhew-Manchón, L. (2015) Examining the uptake of low-carbon approaches within the healthcare sector: case studies from the National Health Service in England. International Journal of Healthcare. 1(1), pp. 61-68. 2377-7338.
  3. Robinson, G. M., Riley, M., Metcalfe, A., Barr, S. W. and Tudor, T. L. (2015) Exploring ‘pro-environmental’ actions through discarded materials in the home. In: Unmaking Waste 2015 Conference Proceedings. University of Adelaide: University of Adelaide. 978-0-9943360-7-1. pp. 533-541.
  4. Caniato, M., Tudor, T. L. and Vaccari, M. (2015) International governance structures for health-care waste management: a systematic review of scientific literature. Journal of Environmental Management. 153, pp. 93-107. 0301-4797.
  5. Tudor, T. L. (2015) Managing waste: safety and waste management training provisions. European Medical Hygiene. 9, pp. 8-15.
  6. Bailey, J., Pena, M. and Tudor, T. L. (2015) Strategies for improving recycling at a higher education institution: a case study of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados. The Open Waste Management Journal. 8, pp. 1-11. 1876-4002.
  7. 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.
  8. Akipieyi, A., Tudor, T. L. and Dutra, C. (2015) The utilisation of risk-based frameworks for managing healthcare waste: a case study of the National Health Service in London. Safety Science. 72, pp. 127-132. 0925-7535.
  9. Caniato, M., Tudor, T. L. and Vaccari, M. (2015) Understanding the perceptions, roles and interactions of stakeholder networks managing health-care waste: a case study of the Gaza Strip. Waste Management. 35, pp. 255-264. 0956-053X.

2013

  1. Barr, S. W., Guilbert, S., Metcalfe, A., Riley, M., Robinson, G. M. and Tudor, T. L. (2013) Beyond recycling: an integrated approach for understanding municipal waste management. Applied Geography. 39, pp. 67-77. 0143-6228.
  2. Tudor, T. L. (2013) The UK National Health Service (NHS) and the sustainability agenda. Proceedings of the ICE - Waste and Resource Management. 166(1), pp. 38-42. 1747-6526.
  3. Head, N., Phillips, P. S., Tudor, T. L. and Bates, M. P. (2013) The use of GIS: spatial and temporal analysis of a waste management system within an English county. In: Proceedings of 28th International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management. Philadelphia, USA: Widener University. 1091-8043. pp. 73-84.
  4. Head, N., Phillips, P. S., Tudor, T. L. and Bates, M. P. (2013) Towards a zero waste vision: backcasting as a potential method for achieving effective policy formation. In: Proceedings of 28th International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management. Philadelphia, USA: Widener University. 1091-8043. pp. 921-932.

2012

  1. Metcalfe, A., Riley, M., Barr, S. W., Tudor, T. L., Robinson, G. M. and Guilbert, S. (2012) Food waste bins: bridging infrastructures and practices. The Sociological Review. 60(S2), pp. 135-155. 0038-0261.
  2. Jones, J., Jackson, J., Tudor, T. L. and Bates, M. P. (2012) Strategies to enhance waste minimization and energy conservation within organizations: a case study from the UK construction sector. Waste Management & Research. 30(9), pp. 981-990. 0734-242X.

2011

  1. Phillips, P. S., Tudor, T. L., Bird, H. and Bates, M. P. (2011) A critical review of a key Waste Strategy Initiative in England: Zero Waste Places Projects 2008-2009. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 55(3), pp. 335-342. 0921-3449.
  2. Phillips, P. S., Tudor, T. L., Bird, H. and Fairweather, R. (2011) A critical review of a key waste strategy initiative in England: Zero Waste Places Projects 2008-2009. In: Proceedings of 26th International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management, Philadelphia, PA USA, March 27-30, 2011. Pennsylvania: Widener University, School of Engineering. pp. 1457-1468.
  3. Tudor, T. L. (2011) The role of organisations in enhanced global environmental management: perspectives on climate change and waste management strategies. International Journal of Environment and Waste Management. 7(3/4), pp. 250-266. 1478-9876.

2010

  1. Tudor, T. L., Woolridge, A. C., Phillips, C. A., Holliday, M., Laird, K., Bannister, S., Edgar, J. E. and Rushbrook, P. (2010) Evaluating the link between the management of clinical waste in the National Health Service (NHS) and the risk of the spread of infections: a case study of three hospitals in England. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health. 213(6), pp. 432-436. 1438-4639.

2009

  1. Tudor, T. L., Townend, W. K., Cheeseman, C. R. and Edgar, J. E. (2009) An overview of arisings and large-scale treatment technologies for healthcare waste in the United Kingdom. Waste Management & Research. 27(4), pp. 374-383. 0734-242X.
  2. Curtis, A., Phillips, P. S. and Tudor, T. L. (2009) Driving sustainable waste management in Northern Ireland: home composting of "green garden waste" in Castlereagh. Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management. 35(4), pp. 88-96. 1088-1697.
  3. Townend, W. K., Cheeseman, C. R., Edgar, J. E. and Tudor, T. L. (2009) Factors driving the development of healthcare waste management in the United Kingdom over the past 60 years. Waste Management & Research. 27(4), pp. 362-373. 0734-242X.
  4. Tudor, T. L. (2009) Sustainable waste management and climatic change. In: Kudrow, N. J. (ed.) Conservation of Natural Resources. New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers. pp. 237-247.

2008

  1. Tudor, T. L., Barr, S. W. and Gilg, A. W. (2008) A novel conceptual framework for examining environmental behaviour in large organisations: a case study of the Cornwall National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. Environment and Behavior. 40(3), pp. 426-450. 0013 9165.
  2. Tudor, T. L., Bannister, S., Butler, S., White, P., Jones, K., Woolridge, A. C., Bates, M. P. and Phillips, P. S. (2008) Can corporate social responsibility and environmental citizenship be employed in the effective management of waste?: Case studies from the National Health Service (NHS) in England and Wales. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 52(5), pp. 764-774. 0921-3449.
  3. Bates, M. P., Freestone, N. P., Phillips, P. S., Tudor, T. L. and Forster, A. (2008) Methodology development for future decision making: opportunities for non-municipal waste facilities in Northamptonshire, England. Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management. 34(2), pp. 91-101. 1088-1697.
  4. Woolridge, A. C. and Tudor, T. L. (2008) NHS ethics: do the bins care? National Health Executive. 2(1), pp. 60-61.
  5. Tudor, T. L., Marsh, C. L., Butler, S., Vanhorn, J. A. and Jenkin, L. E. T. (2008) Realising resource efficiency in the management of healthcare waste from the Cornwall National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. Waste Management. 28(7), pp. 1209-1218. 0956-053X.
  6. Tudor, T. L., Woolridge, A. C., Bates, M. P., Phillips, P. S., Butler, S. and Jones, K. (2008) Utilizing a `systems' approach to improve the management of waste from healthcare facilities: best practice case studies from England and Wales. Waste Management & Research. 26(3), pp. 233-240. 0734-242X.

2007

  1. Tudor, T. L. (2007) Member of Editorial Board. International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability. Victoria, Australia: Common Ground Publishing. 1832-2077.
  2. Birley, D., Murton, P., Phillips, P. S. and Tudor, T. L. (2007) A key UK issue – managing municipal solid food waste: a case study from Hackney, London. Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management. 33(1), pp. 25-33. 1088-1697.
  3. Tudor, T. L., Barr, S. W. and Gilg, A. W. (2007) A tale of two locational settings: is there a link between pro-environmental behaviour at work and at home? Local Environment - The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability. 12(4), pp. 409-421. 1354-9839.
  4. Tudor, T. L. and Bates, M. P. (2007) An assessment of the environmental and social influences on sustainable waste management practices in the workplace: a UK case study. Paper presented to: Third International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Chennai, India, 4-7 January 2007. (Unpublished)
  5. Tudor, T. L., Adam, E. and Bates, M. P. (2007) Drivers and limitations for the successful development and functioning of EIPS (eco-industrial parks): a literature review. Ecological Economics. 61(2-3), pp. 199-207. 0921-1016.
  6. Tudor, T. L. (2007) Research into the management of healthcare/medical waste in the UK. Paper presented to: Healthcare Waste Management, London, 22 November 2007. (Unpublished)
  7. Tudor, T. L., Barr, S. W. and Gilg, A. W. (2007) Strategies for improving recycling behaviour in the Cornwall National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. Waste Management & Research. 25(6), pp. 510-516. 0734-242X.
  8. Tudor, T. L. (2007) The socio-economic, institutional and environmental influences on sustainable waste management practices in the healthcare setting: a UK case study. The International Journal of Environmental Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability. 3(2), pp. 41-50. 1832-2077.
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