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Our business works across many different areas of sustainability. From wastes management to renewable energy, air quality in cities and household recycling, we’re involved.

Here you can explore our latest thinking and news. Get in touch if there’s something you’d like to discuss.

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  • Bristol food waste trial proves a success

    Residents of a Bristol suburb have increased their food waste collections by 87%, thanks to a new joint campaign by GENeco and Bristol Waste Company.

  • For the future

    Ewan French, who is doing a media production diploma through Bristol-based organisation Boomsatsuma, produced the piece following a visit to our site earlier in the year.

  • Global award success

    Global award success GENeco’spioneering technical practices have been recognised as ‘best in field’ at the Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Global Awards.

  • Meet the Bio-Bee

    Our distinctive new truck is collecting food waste and creating a buzz on the streets of Bristol.

  • New industry guidance for food waste collections

    In the last few weeks, new guidance has been published that is designed for companies collecting food waste from businesses.

  • Doors open at Bristol STW

    On Saturday 9th September, GENeco opened up one of the biggest sewage treatment works in Europe to the public.

  • Work experience programme launched

    The first students have completed GENeco’s new work experience programme for year 10 students, called ‘Ignite’.

  • Seasonal changes in liquid waste

    Summer season is in full swing and across our region we have already seen some prolonged periods of hot weather.

  • GENeco and Unilever in green gas partnership

    GENeco has signed a deal with Unilever that will help the consumer goods company take another significant step on its renewable energy journey.

  • Industrial fires: the hidden costs

    Large industrial fires can have a devastating impact on local communities.

Next generation fuel

Next generation fuel

Biomethane generated by waste can be used as a substitute for natural gas in homes and in vehicles. It's the fuel of the future, but it's here now.