UK. L’Oréal Manufacturing (UK) Ltd overall winner of Wales Business & Sustainability Awards
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Monday, 16 October 2006
Andrew Davies AM, Minister for the Department for Enterprise, Innovation and Networks, gave the opening address at the 2006 Wales Business & Sustainability Awards, which was linked by satellite between the Cardiff Marriott and the Ramada Plaza, Wrexham last night.
This prestigious awards ceremony recognised the efforts of 16 companies and organisations from all over Wales. They have all demonstrated their commitment to take care of their environment and have realised benefits as a result.
The overall winner was L’Oréal Manufacturing (UK) Limited, based in Llantrisant, who won the award in appreciation of the considerable achievements they have made across the whole spectrum of environment and sustainability.
The following companies and organisations won the 16 individual category awards.
Euro Quality Coatings Limited, Cardiff
Penn Pharmaceutical Services Ltd, Tredegar
101 Battalion REME, Wrexham
Coed Derwen Joinery Limited, Abergavenny
The Forestry Commission, Bwlch Nant yr Arian
Axonics Limited, Swansea
Siltbuster Limited, Monmouth
Penpont Estate, Brecon
Yuasa Battery (UK) Ltd, Ebbw Vale
Carmarthenshire County Council
Bro Morgannwg NHS Trust
Ecological Land Management Ltd, Wrexham
River View Touring Park, Llanedi
Antur Waunfawr, Caernarfon
Deeside College, Connahs Quay
The awards are supported by the Welsh Assembly Government, private and public sector sponsors. Rhodri Morgan AM, First Minister has said that "the Wales Environment Awards provide an important opportunity to recognise and celebrate environmental best practice in business in Wales.”
The Wales Business & Sustainability Awards are accredited as one of the six UK official feeder schemes for the European Business Awards for the Environment.
Last Updated ( Monday, 16 October 2006 )