Pakman Awards - NPP recognised with a Bronze Award

The Pakman Awards are Ireland’s top National Environmental Awards that recognise excellence in recycling and waste management among businesses, organisations, community groups and individuals in Ireland. All organisations who demonstrate their sustainability and environmental efforts may enter.

The Pakman Awards 2021 ceremony, which took place at The Shelbourne Hotel, saw representatives from leading organisations and community groups come together in accordance with government guidelines, to recognise achievements in recycling and waste management over the last two years.

NPP were shortlisted as finalist in the ‘Plastic Pledge’ category. We are proud signatories of the Repak Plastic Pledge, so we were thrilled to be recognised with a Bronze award in the Plastic Pledge category on the night.

Speaking at the 2021 Pakman Awards, Séamus Clancy, CEO of Repak said:

The Pakman Awards acknowledge our environmental champions nationwide that excel in prevention, recycling, reuse, reduction, biodiversity, innovation and education in all aspects of our everyday lives.

It is a wonderful collaboration of all stakeholders, whose collective endeavours to protect our environment, provide a platform where all aspects of recycling and excellence in waste management are recognised . There have been many fantastic projects and initiatives nationwide that excel in prevention, recycling, reuse, reduction, biodiversity, innovation and education. These inspiring projects set a benchmark for others to follow’.

‘The Pakman Awards also give us an opportunity to create awareness of how we can improve our recycling habits and contribute towards reaching future EU recycling targets. The finalist and winners show that Ireland is on the right pathway for many of the challenging targets set by the Circular Economy Package.

 I would like to congratulate all the winners and nominees for their work and extend a special congratulations to IPR. as the winner of the Overall Pakman Award 2021’.

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November 18, 2021