Bord na Móna Recycling have been named as the Waste Recovery Operator of the year at the 2023 Pakman Awards.
The Pakman Awards, launched in 2015 by Repak to honour organisations who demonstrate their sustainability and environmental efforts, are Ireland’s leading National Environmental Awards. The 2023 Pakman Awards took place at the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin on Thursday October 26th and saw representatives from leading businesses, organisations and community groups come together to recognise excellence in recycling, energy and waste management, with Bord na Móna Recycling placing first in the Waste Recovery Operator – Household and Commercial category.
Winning this award is a result of our deep-rooted drive to deliver more sustainable solutions for the benefit of the communities we serve. This achievement is testament to our investment in pioneering technology and the hard work of our dedicated team members. Waste innovation helps climate action and Bord na Móna Recycling will continue to develop innovative waste management solutions for a greener Ireland.
With a reputation for providing an environmentally respectful service, by managing waste in a sustainable manner, the award has cemented Bord na Móna Recycling’s position for going beyond waste management. We will continue to drive improvements across our services and rethink waste solutions for climate action and help Ireland become more waste conscious, working at every stage of the waste management chain to help Ireland lower its carbon footprint and support a circular economy.
The award demonstrates our best-in-class service to our customers through our improved collection systems, communication, awareness programmes and innovative initiatives. Both household and commercial customers can trust Bord na Móna Recycling to continually innovate, treat and recover their waste in the best way possible, knowing that we will always do the right thing for them and the environment. #pakmanawards #pakmanawards2023 #bordnamona
Pictured receiving the award are Pat Flynn, Keith Ryan, Pearl Clarke, Lauralouise Reay, Cormac Manning, Helena O’Connell and Gary Gregory.