Winners of the Footprint waste2zero Awards Announced

In front of a live virtual audience, the 2020 waste2zero awards were presented to rapturous applause.

Waste remains endemic and one of the biggest global challenges today. In the out of home sector, arguably the two biggest areas of waste are food and packaging. Food is still wasted at every stage of the supply chain – much of it before it even reaches the table - whilst packaging - a necessary evil for the food industry in its current form - creates its own environmental issues with production and disposal.

The waste2zero awards recognise excellence in Waste Management and Prevention in the out of home sector and specifically give the waste industry a platform to showcase best practice and initiatives in this vital area.

The 2020 Winners and Runners up in their chosen categories are as follows:

Best Product, Technology and Innovation Award

sponsored by Bunzl

Winner: Shrewsbury Cup

Runner up: Garcon Wines

Best Recycling Project Award (Private Sector)

sponsored by Ramco

Winner: Aramark at SAP Ireland

Runner up: Vegware and Paper Round

Best Waste Management Project Award

sponsored by Klöckner Pentaplast

Winner: City to Sea

Runner up: Brakes and ACM Environmental

Best Practice in Logistics Award

supported by CoCre8

Winner: Fowler Welch

Best Waste Prevention Project Award (Food)

sponsored by Nestlé Professional

Winner: Winnow and ISS

Runner up: Yume Foods

Best Waste Prevention Project Award (Non-Food)

sponsored by Bunzl

Winner: Sodexo UK & Ireland

Runner up: PCRRG (Paper Cup Recovery and Recycling Group)

Best Resource Management Business of the Year

supported by The Chartered Institution of Waste Management

Winner: Ramco

Best Waste Project Communication & Stakeholder Engagement Award

sponsored by Winnow

Winner: Klöckner Pentaplast

Runner up: Sodexo UK & Ireland

Food Redistribution Award

sponsored by Klöckner Pentaplast

Winner: Brakes & ACMEnvironmental

Runner up: Olio

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