Our Team

David Darcy, Greenlight

David Darcy

Greenlight Principal and CEO of Greenstreets Environmental Resources

David is a fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants with over twenty years commercial experience, including ten years as a financial auditor. He has worked in a range of organisations, from SMEs to FTSE 100 plc's.

David founded Greenstreets in March 2000 and has been involved in the ongoing development and delivery of its products and services. He now heads up Greenstreets Australian operation, responsible for developing services to meet the requirements of the Australian Packaging Covenant (APC), formerly the National Packaging Covenant (NPC). David is also responsible for developing and leading the Greenlight division.

Prior to Greenstreets, David was Financial & Statistical Controller with Repak (the National Packaging Compliance Scheme in Ireland).

Keith Burton Greenlight IT Director

Keith Burton

IT Director

Keith joined Greenstreets in 2000 and has been responsible for the development of Greenstreets internal systems and software products for industry. Keith has been involved in the development of reporting systems for members of Ireland's Packaging Compliance Scheme (Repak), the End-of-Life Vehicle and Waste Tyre compliance scheme (TRACS) and heads up Greenlight IT.

Keith previously worked as a Senior Analyst Programmer and Project Leader in the financial services industry. Keith is a specialist in financial, CRM, and statistical application development.

John Pollock Client Services Manager

John Pollock

Client Services Manager

John Pollock has been involved in policy development and project implementation, related to energy and resource management, for a diverse number of organisations in the private, community and government sectors in Australia and the United Kingdom.

Apart from energy management consulting in the United Kingdom, John has worked for the State Government of Western Australia, the Australian Defence Department and latterly local governments in the State of Victoria.

John holds a B.Sc. in Energy Engineering from Napier University, Edinburgh and a Diploma of Carbon Management from Swinburne University, Melbourne. He also has membership of the Australian Institute of Energy and the Energy Institute in the United Kingdom.