CIWM Announces Sustainability & Resources Awards Winners


The winners of CIWM’s Sustainability & Resource Awards, sponsored by opensky Data Sytems, have been announced at a ceremony held in London today (2 November).  

These “long-standing and well-respected” awards are given for outstanding achievement in the sustainability, resource and waste industry, CIWM says.

Judged by respected experts in the sector, these awards represent the highest level of achievement and are entered and sponsored by organisations from all over the UK who are passionate about excellence and thought leadership, it says.

The award ceremony took place in London’s Grosvenor Square Marriott hotel this afternoon (2 November) and was hosted by award-winning comedian, Joe Caulfield.

And The Winners are…

Best Resources Project by Facilities Management – Southwest Clinical Centre

Most Effective Communications Campaign – Hubbub & The City of London Corporation

Community Champion – Pride in Pill, Volunteer Community Group

Best Recycling Project – Axion in Partnership with the British Plastics Federation

Best Reuse & Waste Prevention Project – Greater Manchester Give It Don’t Bin It Partnership

Best Innovation in Vehicle, Plant and Equipment – VT Ident DriveStop by Vision Techniques

Award for Demonstrating Project Innovation – CRNS Reuse Consortium

Most Sustainable Construction & Demolition Project – VolkerFitzpatrick

GJF Fabrications Delivering Health & Safety Best Practice – LondonEnergy Ltd

The Roger Hewitt Learning & Development Award – O’Donovan Waste Disposal Ltd

Waste & Resources Leader of the Year
Dr Andy Rees

Catalyst Corporate Finance Waste & Resources Fast 50 – WSR Recycling

The Roger Perry Award for Best Research Paper 2017 – Purva Tavri for her paper entitled “What Is Reuse?”

James Jackson Award – Professor Ian Williams, David Turner and Simon Kemp for their paper entitled “Combined material flow analysis and life cycle assessment as a support tool for solid waste management decision making”

PEEL People’s Cup – Public Power Solutions, HWRC & SRF Plant and Rugby Solid Recovered Fuel Facility (Malpass Farm).

For more infromation on the Awards and to register your interest for next year, CLICK HERE.

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