Awards season at Keep Britain Tidy 31 March 2017
At Keep Britain Tidy we give out a wide range of awards to some very deserving schools, spaces, groups and councils.But it is a real honour when we are nominated for awards for our work too. Here are the highlights of some awards we are presently in the running for... 
  • Also at the National Recycling Awards, our (Re)Love Our Stuff project in East London has been shortlisted in the Waste Prevention Award.  
  • Our Green Flag Award scheme has been shortlisted for the Awards Awards 2017 in the category "best judging panel and process for an award." 
  • Surrey County Council’s Food waste campaign (which our food waste intervention work was a large part of) has also been shortlisted for the Communications – Public/Third Sector award at the National Recycling Awards.

Good luck to all the teams, we'll be keeping our fingers crossed. And we aren't just getting nominated for awards, we are winning them too ...

  • Bin it for Good, the anti-litter project created by Keep Britain Tidy and The Wrigley Company, won an Excellence Award for Sustainability at the 2016-17 AIM Nudging for Good Awards at a star-studded ceremony in Brussels. Read the full story...
  • We also have two places in Resource magazine’s annual Hot 100 poll. Our Waste Services Manager, Dr. Anna Scott was number 21 in the poll and the Cheshire Waste Reduction Volunteers were at number 46.