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Solid Bioresources Manager / Bioresources

Richard McCluskey

 

"GENeco is a truly inspiring place to work - we have a wide variety of highly skilled and talented people and I enjoy playing a part in helping our customers recycle in the most sustainable way."

Richard's role involves managing GENeco's food waste contracts, diverting waste from landfill into GENeco's award-winning composting facility, and sourcing new and innovative technologies. He also has overall responsibility for the Solid Bioresources team.

After graduating from the University of the West of England with a degree in Geography and Environmental Management, Richard began his career in the world of environmental consultancy, specialising in air quality and ground water monitoring techniques. After five years he moved to GENeco and held the role of Organic Waste Technician for a couple of years. His current role is that of Solid Bioresources Manager.

Richard has a love of the great outdoors and keeping fit. He is also a keen photographer.

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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.

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Work experience programme launched

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

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Food waste film set for the big screen

Local student Ewan French is helping GENeco raise awareness of food waste recycling in Bristol.

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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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