Nominations include ‘Team of the year’ and ‘Efficiency initiative of the year’, in recognition of the transparent PRN investment platform Circularety, launched earlier this year.
The prestigious awards are the UK’s biggest celebration of recycling excellence, recognising those from across the industry and beyond who are addressing recycling, reuse and waste reduction. Ecosurety is now through to the next stage of the rigorous judging process taking place in May, with finalists attending the award ceremony on the 28 June in London.
The team of the year category recognises teams who have shown a collective commitment to go above and beyond what is expected in order to deliver top results, demonstrating more than just best practice.
The efficiency initiative of the year category meanwhile recognises those that have applied fresh thinking, reorganised operations to make them more efficient or have created innovative systems that demonstrably improve waste and recycling operations.
“It's incredible to be shortlisted for not one, but two National Recycling Awards" commented managing director James Piper, "I'm proud to say that it is testament to the hard work, innovation and commitment of our team to deliver real change for good in the industry. We're looking forward now to the opportunity to present to the judging panel in the next round.”
You can find out more about the MRW National Recycling Awards 2017 by clicking here.
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Ben joined the team at the beginning of 2015 and helps drive marketing communications and projects for Ecosurety, including project managing the launch of the Ecosurety Exploration Fund and website content development.
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