Tim Pepper

Environmental Field Fate & Behaviour

Tim has over 25 years experience in the fields of hydrology, soils and drainage including application to environmental/pollution related issues, especially those involved in the environmental fate and behaviour of pesticides and other chemicals, and the transport processes of agricultural pollutants. A particular speciality is the design and conduct of higher tier field fate studies. More recently these skills have been applied to the development of product support/stewardship strategies to reduce the impact of pesticides on the environment, particularly in surface waters.

He currently project manages desk and field based programmes for government and commercial clients including advising on study design and implementation, liaison with regulatory authorities, contractors and collaborative organisations and management of resources. He is experienced in the presentation of experimental findings both written and orally, and is a qualified GLP study director and QA auditor.