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Liquid Bioresources Manager / Bioresources

Francis Marsh

 

"My role combines my interests in the environment and business. I love being able to offer a sustainable solution to our customers, whilst working within a functional and profitable team."

Fran currently manages the 11 Treatment centres located across the south west. He's responsible for ensuring the Liquid Bioresources business' commercial needs and compliance obligations are met. He has a passion for business and strives to deliver a valued and reliable service to a broad customer base. Fran is very proud to be a NEBOSH National General Certificate holder and is always looking for either safer or better ways of operating.

Since graduating from Cardiff University Fran has amassed over 10 years' experience in the waste and recycling industry.

Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his young family and can often be found wandering around the southwest countryside with his dog. He also harbours ambitions to complete a 'notable physical achievement' in the future, watch this space…!

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Francis Marsh | News

Capacity increases at Taunton treatment centre

Over the past 18 months, extensive upgrade works have been carried out at Taunton treatment centre

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Local recognition in the Green Top 50

Last month, GENeco was given an Outstanding Recognition Award at the West of England Green 50 presentation evening in Bristol.

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RWM 2017: Expanding networks

This September, our bioresources managers attended the RWM exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham.

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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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