GSUK recognised as an Investor in Zero Waste for it’s efforts in reducing waste sent to landfill
GSUK are delighted to announce that it has been awarded a 3 Star rating by zero waste recognition scheme, Investors in Zero Waste.
Winners will be recognised at the annual awards ceremony in December, where last year attendees were presented with their awards by BBC’s Political Correspondent Ben Wright and scheme partners Helistrat and Wastecare.
Lead judge Steve Eminton, editor of letsrecycle.com was overwhelmed by the commitment shown by this round’s entrants, ‘Every time the judges come together to assess all of the fantastic entries, we are astounded by the determination of organisations to eliminate waste. Congratulations to all of the winners and good luck to those who have been put forward into the Awards for Excellence in Recycling & Waste Management’.
Every time the judges come together to assess all of the fantastic entries, we are astounded by the determination of organisations to eliminate waste.
GSUK are proud of this achievement and discussing their success Peter Johnston, Group Operations Director had this to say, ‘GSUK has always been fully committed to reducing waste sent to landfill to prevent the impacts it has on the environment. Recovering, re-using and recycling in order to generate zero waste is our passion, we are proud of our zero to landfill policy and to have been recognised and awarded the Investors in Zero Waste 3 Star Award for our continued commitment reaffirms that we are doing our part in protecting the environment.’
To have been recognised and awarded the Investors in Zero Waste 3 Star Award for our continued commitment reaffirms that we are doing our part in protecting the environment.
Established in 2010, and now with over 500 members, The Investors in Zero Waste recognises and rewards the innovation and commitment of businesses, public authorities and third sector organisations who are striving to eliminate waste.
For more information visit: www.InvestorsInZeroWaste.com
If you would like to hear more about what GSUK have been doing to tackle waste, please contact Peter Johnston at email@example.com.