Valpak shortlisted for
four National Recycling Awards!
Congratulations to Valpak Ltd on being shortlisted for – not one – but all four of its entries in the 2020 National Recycling Awards!
Carolyn Cross said: “Valpak has an amazing team that pushes boundaries to innovate and actively seek out ground-breaking projects. At the same time, it stands out as a company that really takes care of its staff. Achieving national recognition for these qualities across multiple categories demonstrates the breadth and quality of Valpak’s work, and Carolyn Cross Communication is really proud to play a part in this success.”
Josela Renardson, Marketing Manager at Valpak, said: “To be chosen as a finalist in every category we entered is an amazing testament to the commitment of our team and partners. While our projects must have impressed the judges, we really appreciate Carolyn Cross Communication’s help in shaping the entries and drafting the copy.”
Valpak was shortlisted for:
•. Employer of the Year
•. Innovation Award: Zero carbon battery collection
•. Partnership Excellence – Public/Private Sector: Henderson Island Plastic Pollution Expedition 2019 involving 14 partners
•. Partnership Excellence – Commercial: Zero carbon battery collection, Valpak, ECOBAT Logistics, Zedify
The awards will take place at the London Hilton Park Lane on 15 December
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