Winners of the waste2zero awards announced

Winners of the waste2zero awards announced
14/10/2019 - 05:00
The 2019 waste2zero awards, which recognise ‘excellence’ in waste management for the foodservice industry, has announced the 12 winners.

Now in its third year the waste2zero awards give the out of home industry a platform to showcase their progress in their attempts to reduce waste. The aim of the awards is to encourage organisations to take waste more seriously.

Food waste is one of the biggest challenges to the foodservice and the hospitality industry. Around one million tonnes of food is wasted every year and 75% of this is ‘avoidable.’

Compass Group UK & Ireland, which operates catering contracts across schools, hospitals, care homes and military bases, won the Best Waste Prevention Project Award (food). The winner of the Best Recycling Project (in the public sector) was Klockner Pentaplast.

The waste2zero 2019 award winners:

  • Best Waste Prevention Project Award (food): Compass Group UK & Ireland
  • Best Waste Prevention Award (non-food): Sodexo UK & Ireland
  • Best Recycling Project (private sector): Brakes Foodservice
  • Best Recycling Project (public sector): Klockner Pentaplast 
  • Best Practice In Logistics: Fowler Welch
  • Food Redistribution Award: Innocent Drinks
  • Best Closed Loop Project Award: Vegware
  • Best Waste Management Project Award (food): Vacherin
  • Best Waste Management Project award (non-food): EY with Global Facilities Service Provider
  • Best Product, Technology & Innovation Award: Panda Packaging
  • Best Waste Project Communication & Stakeholder Engagement Award: ISS UK
  • Special Achievement Award: Andrew Shakman, Leanpath

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