Where there's muck…

Saddiq, Mohammed
April 2011
Utility Week;4/8/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 13, p24
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launching of GENeco by Wessex Water to support the company in its goal of becoming carbon neutral and zero waste by year 2020. With the launch of GENeco, big farming companies are confiding to secure sludge supplies. It says that the appeal of biosolids will continue to flourish since farming companies are being careful of their carbon footprint. Moreover, it reveals that the company also wants to stretch out in the food and municipal waste treatment arena.


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