Celebrating commitment to Zero Waste
|Zero Waste is no longer a utopian dream. The reality, which policymakers and waste producers increasingly recognise, is that waste must end if our world is to become sustainable.|
Resource depletion, climate change and rising consumer awareness and power are shaping the challenges that businesses, public authorities and our society must face. More and more organisations, large and small, want to be part of the sustainability solution. The Zero Waste Awards will recognise and reward them.
All organisations who receive a Zero Waste Award will be invited to attend the annual recognition luncheon, which will take place in April 2013. Recipients of a Gold Zero Waste Award will receive further recognition for their commitment to reducing waste to landfill, being automatically entered into the Zero Waste Champion category at the Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management.
The Awards have been established by letsrecycle.com, the news and information portal for the recycling and waste management sector, businesses and local government. They are partnered by SAICA, the multinational paper and packaging manufacturer and Wastecare, the national waste management experts.
Zero Waste Awards Recognition Luncheon, 11 April 2013
Coombe Abbey Hotel, Warwickshire
- Stimulate debate to drive improvement
- Inspire and encourage organisations to commit Zero Waste
Educate and connect with the next generation
Celebrate progress in driving down waste
Showcase innovation and recognise best practice
- Reward those who demonstrate how Zero Waste can be achieved
- Keep up with current legislation