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Alice Drury-Webb

 

'GENeco provides me with a career where I get to finish my day with the satisfaction that I have helped create a more sustainable future. It also allows me to develop my knowledge of the renewable energy sector which I can take forward to help preserve the environment we live in.'

Alice has always had a passion for conservation and the environment, and as a result graduated from Plymouth University with a degree in Conservation Biology. Along the way, Alice has also volunteered for aquariums, zoos and conservation charities.

Alice has a passion for traveling with her most exciting adventure involving six months of traveling to countries such as Japan, Australia and Fiji. In her spare time, Alice likes to go rock climbing and for walks in the countryside where she can do a bit of bird watching.

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Supporting community energy

On the 19th October the Arnolfini hosted the Community Energy Awards in Bristol.

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Backwell School follow their food waste

At the beginning of October, six pupils from Backwell School’s student council visited GENeco’s Bristol food waste recycling facility.

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