2021 Winners

Circular Economy Initiative

Winner: Tamlite Lighting in partnership with EWRG - The Tamlite Circular Economy

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Circular Economy Initiative - Plastics

Winner: Tesco and Faerch - Tray to tray recycling

Circular Economy Initiative - WEEE/Hazardous Waste

Winner: Coventry University - Bioleaching for the recycling of precious metals from WEEE

Rising Star

Winner: Tia Wills = East Northamptonshire Council in partnership with FCC Environment

Food Waste Initiative

Winner: Veolia in partnership with Lambeth Council - Communal Food Waste Recycling Expansion

Recycling Excellence

Winner: Moy Park with Biffa - Recycling of contaminated LDPE

Smarter Systems Award

Winner: Air Products - Harnessing Industry 4.0 to Optimise Performance in the Aluminium Industry

Highly Commended: Greyparrot - AI Waste recognition system for recycling

Local Authority Success

Winner: East Riding of Yorkshire Council - Campaign to reduce nappy contamination

Partnership Excellence - Commercial

Winner: The Green Parts Specialists and Ageas Insurance - Recycled Green Parts for vehicle repairs

Highly Commended: Clean Tech UK and BioteCH4 - PET recycling powered by food waste recycling

Partnership Excellence - Public/private sector

Winner: Veolia with Westminster City council - West End reopening

Employer Initiative of the Year

Winner: O'Donovan Waste Disposal - Dynamo welfare project

Team of the Year

Winner: ODS - Oxford City Council - Recycling and waste team

Social value initiative - Organisation

Winner: Neighbourly - Surplus redistribution programme

Highly Commended: ELITE Paper Solutions - Creating opportunities for people with disabilities

Social Value Initiative - Project

Winner: Shred Station - The ‘Frontline Faceshields’ project

Innovation Award

Winner: Levenseat and Innovative Ash Solutions - Using treated APCr in civil engineering

Innovation Award - Systems & Technology

Winner: FRC Group - UltraClean mattress cleaning and reuse machine

Recycling Facility of the Year

Winner: Davis Commercial Services - Commercial Refrigeration Processing and Treatment Facility, Earls Barton, Northamptonshire.

Campaign of the Year - Small

Winner: One Trafford Partnership (Trafford Council with Amey) - Paper Blues

Campaign of the Year - Large

Winner: University of Southampton - The TRACE project

Recycled Product of the Year

Winner: Morph Bricks Ltd - sustainable modular construction system

Independent Operator of the Year

Winner: Shred Station - Industry-leading, eco-friendly, and independent shredding services

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