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  • A trio of awards

    GENeco had success at this year's National Sustainable City Awards, held in London.

    A trio of awards

    The awards are given to organisations which have demonstrated excellence in sustainable development.

    GENeco won two categories including the Responsible Waste Management award and The Sir Peter Parker award for leadership in sustainability. It was also runner-up for the Resource Conservation award.

    The entries centred on GENeco's operations, ranging from our gas to grid plant to the world famous Bio-Bus.

    Announcing the award, chief executive of London Sustainability Exchange, Samantha Heath, said: "Our winner is re-writing the rule book on both waste management and sustainable travel. GENeco is responsible for the marvellous Bio-Bus - an exciting concept indeed.

    "The company also has a successful track record for offering cost effective, sustainable solutions for their organic waste. They work to help their customers become more sustainable and reduce if not eliminate their dependence on landfill." 

    Marcus Gover from WRAP and Dame Alderman Fiona Woolf presented the awards.

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