Cleanaway was recently recognised as Silver Partner of the NSW Government’s Sustainability Advantage program. The Sustainability Advantage Recognition Scheme acknowledges “organisations who have committed to achieving real environmental improvements through the program”.
Cleanaway was presented the award at a ceremony last week at the Sydney Opera House attended by the Minister for Energy and Environment, Matt Kean.
Pictured from left to right: Cleanaway General Manager Solid Waste Services – NSW/ACT David Clancy being presented the award by Minister for Energy and Environment Matt Kean.
Pictured from left to right, Cleanaway General Manager Solid Waste Services – NSW/ACT David Clancy, Cleanaway Sustainability Manager Rebecca Evered and Minister for Energy and Environment Matt Kean.
Pictured: Cleanaway’s David Clancy with all the Silver Award winners
Sustainability Advantage is a NSW Office of Environment and Heritage program that has been assisting organisations across New South Wales to achieve increased competitiveness and improved bottom lines through better environmental practices for over a decade.
Cleanaway joined the program as a member in 2015, and in 2017 was recognised for our sustainability initiatives internally and through partnerships programs delivered to customers.
The award is demonstrative of Cleanaway’s ongoing commitment to sustainability and continuous improvement through program implementation around sustainability initiatives.
The Sustainability Advantage program aims to facilitate mutually beneficial outcomes between partnership organisation. Ultimately the goal of the program is to help businesses partner with like-minded organisation that seek to improve sustainability outcomes.
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