CATEGORIES

THE ONLY DEDICATED AWARDS FOR WASTE AND RECYCLING OFFICERS

ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN FOR 2022

ENTRY DEADLINE : 05 AUGUST 2022

BEST COMMUNICATIONS CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

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This award will recognise work undertaken by a local authority to put over a specific message or set of messages in one campaign to groups within the local community or to the local area as a whole.

Entries should look to demonstrate:

  • The issue/s the communications were designed to address (max 250 words)

  • How the communications were developed (max 250 words)

  • Evidence of impact of the communications/ lessons learned (max 250 words)

BEST TEAM OF THE YEAR

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This category is eligible to any local authority team including front line staff (collections, recycling site operations etc.), recycling teams, teams set up to deliver short term projects (communications, community engagement etc.) or to work with colleagues in other departments.

Entries should look to demonstrate:

  • Who is in the team? (max 150 words)

  • Demonstrate high levels of teamwork (max 200 words)

  • How by working as a team they helped to achieve good outcomes (max 200 words)

  • What outcomes the team achieved (max 200 words)

BEST PARTNERSHIP AWARD

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This award is for the local authority which has worked successfully with one or more partners that are within the private or third sectors or with others such as resident groups.

Entries should look to demonstrate:

  • The contributions of all the partners (max 250 words)

  • How working in partnership aided outcomes (max 250 words)

  • Outcomes the partnership delivered (max 250 words)

BEST WASTE MINIMISATION OR PREVENTION PROJECT

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This category aims to highlight successful projects, small or large, which have been instigated by local authority officers to reduce municipal waste generation and/or prevent waste arising.

Entries should look to demonstrate:

  • The reasons for the project (max 250 words)

  • Activities undertaken during the project (max 250 words)

  • Results of waste minimised or prevented (ideally over a six-month period) (max 250 words)

CIRCULAR ECONOMY ACHIEVEMENT

BEST NEW IDEA

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This award is given to recognise a new idea which has proved a positive benefit in the delivery of recycling services within a local authority. The category is broad in approach and could involve a range of ideas whether in service planning and delivery, marketing, communication, equipment and other areas. The entry need not be uniquely new in the sense that the extra development of an existing approach or product will also be considered

Entries should look to demonstrate:

  • The reasons why the new idea was needed (max 100 words)

  • How the project was implemented (max 200 words)

  • The level of success from the new idea (max 200 words)

  • Benefit to other local authorities (max 200 words)

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This award invites entries to those local authorities demonstrating circular economy success, or are making changes in their organisation to an enhanced circular economy approach throughout a project, organisational procedures or focused campaigns within the recycling and waste management sector. Entries should look to demonstrate:

  • Breakdown of what was involved in putting together the campaign or initiative (max 250 words)

  • Activities undertaken during the Initiative (max 250 words)

  • Results of moving to a circular economy, measures of success (ideally over a six-month period) (max 250 words)