We are proud to be a sponsor of the first ever Bristol Post Green Capital Awards, which gives recognition to outstanding environmental endeavors across the city.
In the year that Bristol is European Green Capital, the awards will focus on the people who work hard across the city to help the environment, communicating their story to a broad audience.
The wide range of awards up for grabs will recognise organisations, entrepreneurs, communities, individuals, buildings and innovations that have demonstrated environmental excellence.
James Potten, managing director of ecosurety, will be presenting the Green Product Award at the award ceremony being held tonight. The finalists for this award are:
- Planglow– creators of The Street Box container for street food, featuring a unique home compostable plant-based laminate which may be disposed of in a residential compost heap.
- GDS – designer and manufacturer of the worlds first LED candle lamp that can dim to absolute zero and in total unity across any size of auditorium using custom electronics built into the lamp itself.
- OmniDynamics– creators of Strooder that makes plastic filament for 3D printers in any colour or material from recycled plastic or plastic pellets at a fraction of the cost of factory filament.
It looks to be an exciting evening and a number of the ecosurety team will be attending the event, we can’t wait to meet all the award winners and worthy nominees at the ceremony.
Keep an eye on our twitter feed (@ecosurety) for photos and news from the evening!
Key account manager
Olivia joined Ecosurety in October 2014 as a Graduate account specialist. Now, as a key account manager, her role involves working with our members to provide support across all aspects of the company.
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