Ashley Centre Epsom wins national award @ashley_centre
8th April 2013
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A range of businesses from across the UK, including The Ashley Centre in Epsom, have been recognised for their commitment and innovation in reducing waste, following the latest Zero Waste Awards.

The awards scheme, which is run by, recognises achievements in waste prevention, reuse, recycling and energy recovery. The awards are open to all groups from the private and public sectors as well as communities and charities - anyone who produces or processes waste.

The Ashley Centre is delighted to have been awarded a Bronze Zero Waste Award for their achievements.

Commenting on this round of submissions, judge Adam Read global practice Lead at Ricardo-AEA said: “This was a difficult process with some excellent entries showcasing what is good about the environment sector in the UK today such as innovation, expansion, adoption of best practice in waste prevention, re-use and recycling. Some of the entries showcased not only what is possible, but what is sustainable over a period of time through changes to supply chains, policies and staff engagement. It was a pleasure to be involved.”

The scheme is supported by a range of organisations including the REA's Organics Recycling Group, the British Hospitality Association, the Federation of Small Businesses, and LARAC, the National Association of Waste Disposal Officers.    

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