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Congratulations Morclean: 'Green World Ambassador 2015'!
Morclean tells us it is proud to have won The Green World Ambassador Award 2015, having been given the opportunity to put the company forward after winning The Green Apple Award 2014 for Environmental Best Practice with its Bin Wash City - the battery driven bin wash machine - in a competition that saw it pitted against more than 500 other nominations.
"Having been presented with this award as Green World Ambassador 2015, we were able to represent ourselves and our country in this global initiative," explains marketing assistant Jodie Blackburn.
"The Award was presented in a carbon-neutral presentation ceremony at the Empire Casino, Leicester Square, London. As part of the Award, our winning Green paper is now published on The Green Book CD, which is distributed all over the UK and around the world. It is the leading international work of reference on environmental best practice, and Morclean's inclusion will enable others to follow its example and learn from its achievement."
The Green Apple Awards scheme is supported by the Environment Agency, the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, the Chartered Institution for Waste Management and other independent bodies and is one of the world's most recognised campaigns. To mark its 20th successful year the organisers launched the Green World awards. The Green World Awards recognises and rewards governments, ministries, departments, agencies, authorities and individuals that have a beneficial impact on the environment and improve sustainability. This year's Green World Awards ceremony will be in New Zealand where the overall winner will be presented with the World Award.
The Green Organisation has been established since 1994 as an international, independent, non-profit, non-political, non-activist environment group, dedicated to recognising, rewarding and promoting environmental best practice around the world. By publicising the successful initiatives, they hope that others will learn from the winners' experiences and follow their lead to benefit themselves and the environment for generations to come.
16th July 2015