James Piper recognised at The Bristol Post and Bath Chronicle Environmental Awards 2016.
The prestigious awards recognise and celebrate businesses and people who are driving forward change in organisational sustainability. By showcasing examples of effective, innovative and creative approaches to sustainability, the awards aims to be an agent of change.
The Environmental Leader Award in particular recognises those in the local business community who have made a significant contribution to the environment, demonstrating leadership on green issues and solutions. The winner will be announced at a ceremony on the 10 November in Bristol.
James, “I'm incredibly proud of the team at Ecosurety who work hard to make a change for good, through both our day-to-day work and CSR initiatives.““There is a vibrant and passionate business community in the South West that undertakes really inspiring work for the benefit of the environment, and to be personally recognised is humbling indeed.” commented
Last month James launched Circularety, a new initiative that aims to increase transparency and reduce market volatility in the PRN market, to the benefit of the thousands of companies obligated under the packaging waste regulations and many reprocessors in the UK recycling industry.
The Environmental Leader Award nomination follows on from recent award wins for James, including the IoD South West Young Director of the Year Award and the Business Leader Rising Star Award. James has also been nominated for the final of the IoD National Young Director of the Year Award, to be announced on the 21 October.
Marketing communication specialist
Ben joined the team at the beginning of 2015 to help drive the marketing communications for Ecosurety, working closely with all areas of the business to help spread the good word!
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