This year, the awards received an incredible number of entries, all of which were scrupulously reviewed by a panel of independent judges including representatives from the Carbon Trust, Save Money Cut Carbon, the Institute of Grocery Distributors, and the Major Energy Users’ Council.
The winners of the We Love What We Do Business Awards 2015 were announced at the gala dinner, which was hosted by a comedienne and writer Lucy Porter on 18 November 2015 at the historic Great Northern Hotel in Peterborough.
Watch the video from the We Love What We Do Business Awards 2015
Congratulations to all the nominees and especially the winners and highly commended:
Drop Energy Award
This award recognises energy efficiency initiatives.
Bedford Borough Council – Winner (watch their video)
Carlson Rezidor – Highly Commended
One to Watch Award
This award recognises an early stage initiative.
E.ON – Winner (watch their video)
Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Trust – Highly Commended
Drop Risk Award
This award recognises organisations that have built business resilience.
Pinguin Foods – Winner (watch their video)
Save Every Drop Award
This award recognises water efficiency initiatives.
Betfred – Winner (watch their video)
National Trust – Highly Commended
Drop Carbon Award
This award recognises organisations that can demonstrate a carbon reduction through water or water recycling initiatives.
Nestlé Purina – Winner (watch their video)
Turning the Tide Award
This award is for an organisation that has overcome a significant challenge regarding water in the last 12-18 months.
Moy Park – Winner
ECOPlastics Recycling – Highly Commended
Making Waves Award
This award recognises employee or end user engagement to drive behavioural change.
Queensgate Shopping Centre – Winner (watch their video)
This award recognises total commitment to environmental responsibility
Starwood Hotels and Resorts – Winner (watch their video)
Nando’s – Highly Commended
Special Recognition Award
This award was added this year to recognise companies that have made a real effort to become more sustainable but didn’t quite fit in the other categories.
Total Lindsey Oil Refinery – Winner (watch their video)