Dr. Pierre Hennebert is an environmental chemist, with 5 years of experience in characterising and managing contaminants in soil and waste, particularly for industrial companies. During his professional career, he worked as senior research engineer on industrial waste in the unit Clean Technologies and Circular Economy at the French National Institute for Industrial Environment and Risks. Furthermore, he has worked as consultant for the DG Environment of the European Union, specifically on plastics and brominated flame retardants and waste classification, and industrial companies. He is Member of the French Expert Advisory Committee on the Status of Waste/End of waste, animator of a standardisation working group “leaching tests” and “sampling” at European level (CEN TC 444 Environmental analyses of solid matrices), and associate editor of Detritus.
In the last years, he authored technical reports and publications on concentrations of brominated flame retardants and antimony in plastics of electrical and electronic equipment, vehicles, construction, textiles and non-food packaging, on additives additives that make plastic hazardous at their use concentration (flame retardants, plasticisers, mineral and organo-mineral additives), their management and their sorting and sampling.
French Expert Advisory Committee on the status of waste/end of waste
Digitalisation, value chains