Peterborough-based sustainability project reaches half way mark for graduates

Graduate Timothy Wilson who is working with AB Agri. Photo supplied

Graduate Timothy Wilson who is working with AB Agri. Photo supplied

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A handful of Peterborough companies are hosting 11 top sustainability graduates from across the country.

The graduates are now halfway through their six-month placement scheme, which is part of Peterborough DNA.

Peterborough DNA is a government funded Future Cities programme to shape a smarter, more sustainable city.

Steve Bowyer, acting chief executive of Opportunity Peterborough and director of Peterborough DNA, said: “The graduates gain invaluable first-hand experience of how to improve the sustainability of businesses.

Graduate Timothy Wilson is working with Lynch Wood based AB Agri on a research project examining its supply chain and how raw materials are sourced.

“I’m working with procurement teams and buyers to develop a bank of knowledge to build a resilient supply chain.”