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Renewables and Bioresources Manager / Bioresources

Charlotte Stamper


"I've always felt strongly that I wanted to work for a company that was engendering real change through sustainable practice, which is exactly what GENeco does best. My role allows me to work across many different business areas and I relish the breadth of the projects that I get involved in."

Charlotte is a chartered waste manager, responsible for the commerical management of food waste collections. She is also involved in the reporting of GENeco's renewable energy output, which combines well with her background in data analysis. One of Charlotte's key projects has been working on the use of biomethane as a vehicle fuel and the wider promotion of 'green gas' to different stakeholders.

Charlotte joined GENeco as a graduate after completing a MSc in Geology and PhD in geochemistry, both at the University of Bristol. Her first role was in the Liquid Bioresources team where she was involved in key account management and day-to-day running of the commercial activities. 

Outside of work, Charlotte is a keen sportsperson and is enjoying the challenge of training for her first triathlons.

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Biomethane bus refuelling station builds on the legacy of the Bio-Bus

A permanent fuel station for a fleet of buses running on gas produced by food waste has opened in Bristol.

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Bristol: Our city, our future

2009 is the 10th anniversary of GENeco’s formation.

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Chartered by the Institution of Chemical Engineers

Technical manager Wesley Wong has recently been successful in gaining the professional qualification of chartered chemical engineer with IChemE (The Institution of Chemical Engineers).

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Zero waste treatment

Our zero waste processes can treat various materials including hazardous liquids. We can significantly reduce the carbon footprint associated with your waste disposal, to the benefit of the local community and environment.

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