Are sanitary bin liner consumables protecting users?

27th July 2016By Genesis BiosciencesLatest News, Press Release

We’re asking for more in-depth scientific data to support claims made for ‘anti-microbial’ sanitary bin liner consumables. With on-site liner exchange services, sanitary bin liner consumables are often complimented with an antimicrobial consumable which acts as a disinfectant to protect users until the bin liner is replaced again. Other manufacturers combine these two elements with a … Read More

Genesis is making feminine hygiene units cleaner and safer

29th April 2016By Genesis BiosciencesLatest News, Press Release

Genesis Biosciences has developed unique anti-microbial technology to deal with washroom and feminine hygiene for the facilities management industry. Genesis Biosciences’ anti-microbial products provide protection to users of feminine hygiene units through a patented ‘vapour technology’ based on a natural active ingredient being supported under the European Biocidal Products Directive. In 2015 the EU, under … Read More

What are the risks of poor washroom hygiene?

25th April 2016By Genesis BiosciencesLatest News

Are the facilities and treatments used for managing sanitary waste putting your health at risk? Following the first ever comparative sanitary waste review, Dr Emma Saunders, General Manager at Genesis Biosciences, analyses the risks of poor washroom hygiene. Keeping washroom facilities clean (from the floors to feminine hygiene units) creates a good visual impression – offering … Read More

Staff Profile: Emma Saunders

13th April 2016By Genesis BiosciencesLatest News

As a General Manager at Genesis Biosciences, Dr. Emma Saunders is an integral part of scientific innovation in the UK. With a background in Biochemistry and Genetics with Physiology, Emma Saunders keeps our ship sailing forward with industry-leading, performance-driven products and solutions surrounding technology and science. But what’s a typical day for Emma like? What motivates her in … Read More

Genesis Biosciences and their award-winning 2015

8th April 2016By Genesis BiosciencesLatest News

2015 was the year of winning awards for Genesis Biosciences. It was fantastic to have our efforts recognised in the world of technology and innovation. We strive to be the best we possibly can, whether we’re innovating with products or exploring scientific possibilities. Sustainability Product Innovation 2015 At edie’s Sustainability Leaders Awards, we were honoured … Read More

Genesis Biosciences wins major UK award for ‘Sustainability Product Innovation’

2nd November 2015By Genesis BiosciencesPress Release

Welsh biosciences company Genesis Biosciences has won a major UK sustainability award for an innovative new cleaning product which uses microbe bacteria instead of traditional chemicals. Genesis won the Sustainability Product Innovation category at edie’s 2015 Sustainability Leaders Awards for its development of ‘Evogen’. Evogen radically changes the way we think about cleaning. Judges described … Read More

Key appointment for Global Biosciences company

3rd October 2015By Genesis BiosciencesPress Release

Global biosciences company, Genesis Biosciences, has made a key appointment at its Cardiff-based headquarters to support its expanding facility. Following the research and development of a range of eco-benign® products, Peter Wallbank, from Abergavenny, has been appointed as regional business development manager to help raise awareness of the products. Peter will be a great addition … Read More

Genesis Biosciences scoops prestigious Technology and Innovation Business of the Year award

29th September 2015By Genesis BiosciencesPress Release

Genesis Biosciences is celebrating after triumphing at the inaugural Cardiff Business Awards and winning Technology and Innovation Business of the Year 2015. In a hotly contested category – which recognised the success of companies that have created and developed innovative products to improve the performance of their organisation – Genesis Biosciences beat off stiff competition to be … Read More