Kyocera calls for entries into annual Green Light Environmental Awards

04 September 2008

Awards recognise those that are solving business environmental challenges in the UK

Kyocera, the pioneering printer and copier manufacturer, is calling for entries into its annual GreenLight Environmental Awards.

The awards recognise individuals and businesses that have clearly identified and met an environmental challenge associated with their business or promoted public concern for the enhancement and protection of the environment. They are open to businesses of all shapes and sizes who want to showcase the importance they place on sustainable development within their workplace.

There are five awards categories:

• Public Sector
• Private Sector (under 50 employees)
• Private Sector (over 50 employees)
• Kyocera Mita Channel Partner

And for the first time this year, the Thames Valley Business Award, sponsored by Reading 107FM will recognise the sterling environmental work carried out by a local company in the region.

Last year’s winners included Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Trust, VeryPC, Taylor Bloxham Limited and Commercial Group.

Kyocera’s Marketing Director, Tracey Rawling Church said: “We feel that these awards are a fitting way to recognise those organisations that really are trying to make a difference to the environment in the course of their day-to-day business. The judges will be looking for organisations that have taken common business challenges and developed an environmental solution, or who have responded to the pressing challenges of global sustainability.

The awards will be presented at Kyocera’s Green Card Conference which will be held in conjunction with the Thames Valley iFestival at the Reading Museum on 25th November 2008

Nominations are invited from individuals and organisations and the awards are open to members and non-members of the Green Card Network within each of the four classifications. To enter the awards, organisations should click here and complete the entry form. The awards are free to enter and the closing date for entries is November 10th 2008.


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