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Astrup takes sustainability lead at Ramboll

by Mark Cantrell
Ramboll's global energy division has appointed Thomas Fruergaard Astrup to lead on sustainability

Ramboll’s global energy division has appointed Thomas Fruergaard Astrup to lead on sustainability.

For the past 25 years, Astrup has worked at the Technical University of Denmark (TUD), most recently as a professor at the Department of Environmental & Resource Engineering.

As sustainability lead in Ramboll’s global energy division, Astrup will be responsible for supporting client dialogues, and the development and execution of sustainability products and services.

He will also lead the internal sustainability network contributing to the continuous development of sustainability competencies, and the implementation of sustainability tools and methods.

Charlotte Lindberg Delran, commercial strategies director at Ramboll’s energy division, said: “We are delighted to welcome Thomas in our team.

“With his expertise and commitment to sustainability, circularity, and resource efficiency, I am convinced that Thomas will make a positive impact, driving innovation and cultivating a culture of sustainability in line with our strategic goals”

Astrup has an impressive career in research. Highlights include activities related to environmental sustainability of circular economy and waste management, for example energy.

He has also worked on resource recovery, circularity of materials and characterisation of waste, and sustainability assessment modelling, such as life-cycle assessment (LCA) and life cycle costing (LCC) at technology and system level.

Astrup has authored a range of international journal articles and conference proceedings within these topics, and is a member of international research groups and a referee for international scientific journals within in the field.

He also manages a wide range of research projects funded by Danish municipalities, waste management companies, and research programmes.

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