|Press Release Annual awards are a chance to nominate Devon's recycling heroes Devon residents and communities are once again being called on to nominate their unsung recycling heroes, whose efforts have helped the county remain one of the greenest in the UK.|
The Seventh Recycle Devon Thank You Awards will be held on Friday 6 March 2020. Nominations for the eight categories, including those for schools, businesses, and community groups, can be submitted on the Recycle Devon website from 17 October to 29 November 2019.
Every year the awards go from strength to strength with more than 40 well deserved nominations for the 2019 awards.
The Thank You Awards are organised by the Recycle Devon team, and were first launched to recognise those people who do that bit extra to help ensure Devon remains clean and green.
It could also be a local school or college student, teacher, helper or member of the support staff.
“It’s thanks to the hard work of residents and communities that Devon is one of the top recycling counties in the UK.
“These awards celebrate those who have done that little bit extra to help keep Devon green and beautiful. So if you know someone who perhaps has come up with new and innovative ways to reduce waste or done that bit extra, please nominate them for some well deserved recognition.”
School Recycling Hero - adult
School Recycling Hero - class/group
Nominations need to be in by 29th November.
For further information or to nominate, please see the www.recycledevon.org website, or post your entry to: The Recycle Devon Team, c/o Devon County Council, Waste Management, County Hall, Exeter, EX2 4QD
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