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Managing Director / Management Team

Mohammed Saddiq

 

"Since GENeco was founded in 2008, our achievements have been many and varied. Whether this was attaining zero waste to landfill status, opening the UK's first co-located food waste AD plant or rising to worldwide fame with the Bio-Bus. I've always been committed to exploring new sustainable opportunities for the business. I'm excited to see where the next few years will take us."

As well as having responsibility for the wider Wessex Water Enterprises business, Mohammed is the founder and managing director of GENeco. Through Mohammed's vision and leadership, GENeco achieved its aim of becoming zero waste to landfill and carbon neutral within the first three years of operation. In recognition for his work on sustainability Mohammed was awarded the Institute of Directors South West Director of the Year Award.

Mohammed is an Associate Fellow of the Institute of Chemical Engineers, Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He has held a number of senior engineering and management positions in the water and waste industry over the past 20 years.

He is the independent chair of the Bristol Green Capital Partnership CIC. Mohammed is also a trustee at Penny Brohn Cancer Care and Grantscape which is one of the UK's leading grant-makers and community benefit fund managers. He is a council member at Bristol University and former chief executive of Future Bath Plus.

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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. Read in full

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UK’s first bus run on human and food waste launched

The UK''s first ever bus powered on food and human waste has taken to the road which could provide a sustainable way of fuelling public transport

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Science summer school visits GENeco

Teachers taking part in a sustainability summer school were hosted by GENeco this week.

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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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