The Environmental Group Limited

About The Environmental Group Limited
About The Environmental Group Limited

Our Board of Directors

Ms Lynn Richardson


Appointed to the Board: May 22, 2015; elected Chairman: November 23, 2017. 
Ms. Lynn Richardson is an experienced non-executive director focusing on building shareholder value through positive corporate culture, innovation, and delivery against strategic goals. Ms. Richardson has experience with ASX-listed organisations, not-for-profits, and government boards. Ms. Richardson is the current director of Sustain: The Australian Food Network. Sustain is a “think and do” network, specialising in designing and building sustainable and healthy food systems. They work for the transition to a food system that supports flourishing communities, individuals, and ecosystems. Lynn is also the elected director of the William Angliss Institute. 


A graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Ms. Richardson holds an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship and postgraduate qualifications in professional accounting and educational research from the University of Melbourne. 


Ms. Richardson brings a unique blend of expertise across a broad range of industries and academic expertise in the entrepreneurial arena. A varied 20-year career is complemented by Ms. Richardsons’ passion for continuous improvement, which defines her approach to business leadership. 


Prior to her current position as Chairman, Lynn was a member of the Baltec IES executive committee, where her significant strategic leadership contributed to the company’s growth. 

Mr. Michael Constable was appointed to the board as a non-executive director in August 2023. Michael has significant financial management experience and board exposure gained within large ASX-listed companies over the last 20 years. Michael is a Chartered Accountant who has had senior executive finance roles within Nylex and Programmed Groups and was CFO of Tox Free Solutions Ltd. for over 10 years before its sale to Cleanaway in 2018. Michael was also CFO of Millennium Services Group Ltd. for 4 years, which is a $250 million turnover, 5,000 staff contracting business. 


Michael’s industry experience spans labour and equipment hire, industrial services, waste management, and contracting businesses, and he has had significant experience in high-growth environments. Michael has developed and successfully executed business organic and inorganic growth strategies, governance, risk management, equity and debt funding initiatives, and driven significant shareholder value.

Michael Constable

Mr Michael Constable

Independent Non-Executive Director

Vincent DRozario

Mr Vincent D'Rozario

Independent Non-Executive Director

Mr. Vincent D’Rozario, Independent non-executive director, was appointed in March 2021. An executive leader adept at business transformation and growth, Vincent has forged his career in the highly competitive business sectors of major project delivery, commercial aviation, and heavy steel manufacturing. 

He has a strong track record of purpose-led transformation, bringing businesses to their desired market position. Vincent is driven by challenges and thrives on leading organisational change and strategic organic and inorganic growth. 

After a career spanning over 27 years in global roles with Aker Solutions, Global Process Systems, and Jacobs, Vincent moved to the commercial aviation sector, where he held the role of Regional Managing Director for CHC Helicopters APAC for 6 years prior to joining Austin. Vincent provides a strong focus on improving and growing both the top and bottom lines, leading to increased shareholder and owner value. 

In addition to his NED role at EGL, Vincent is the Chief Operating Officer for Austin Engineering Limited (ASX:ANG). 

A strong safety advocate, Vincent is an accomplished cognitive-behavioural practitioner, which he applies to both safety and business leadership. Vincent has a degree in electrical engineering from Victoria University of Technology and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Mr. Graeme Nayler is an accomplished executive manager and board director with a track record of driving significant growth and value. Graeme was recently appointed to the position of Regional Director for BMT Asia Pacific to support significant investment and planned growth in the region. 

Prior to BMT, Graeme recently completed his roles at Silentium Defence, a technology start-up, and Babcock, where he grew the business from $30 million to over $500 million annually over an 8-year period. Graeme held roles as both a managing director and executive director for strategy and future business, including as a board member of the Australasian business. Graeme has significant experience across many industries, including defence, government, mining and construction, emergency services, oil and gas, airports, automotive, ports, and engineering consultancy. 

Prior to Babcock, Mr. Nayler was an executive at Nova Systems and an officer in the Australian Defence Force for over 15 years. 

Mr. Nayler brings 30 years of experience in a diverse range of industries and environments and has extensive strategy, business development, commercial, corporate affairs, and programme management experience. This is supported by his deep technical knowledge in engineering, operations, safety management, and enterprise risk. Mr. Nayler’s experience provides EGL with a solid foundation to support ongoing governance critical for a rapidly growing business. 

Mr. Nayler has a master’s in science from the University of Kingston in London and a Company Directors Diploma from the Australian Institute of Company Directors. 

Mr Graeme Nayler

Mr Graeme Nayler

Independent Non-Executive Director