WasteServ held Malta Waste Reduction Awards recognising best actions in waste reduction

WasteServ recently hosted the Malta Waste Reduction Awards, acknowledging and rewarding the exceptional contributions of organizations participating in the European Week for Waste Reduction in Malta. This year marked a significant milestone with a record-breaking attendance of 82 entities and 111 actions, underscoring the escalating enthusiasm for waste reduction endeavors. Notably, the awards placed particular emphasis on schools, with three winners chosen to underscore the significant involvement of the younger generation in environmental conservation.

The winners across various categories are as follows:

  • Best Practice in Public Administration: Kunsill Lokali L-Isla
  • Best Practice in Associations: St Jeanne Antide Foundation
  • Best Practice in Business: Malta National Aquarium
  • Best Practice in Schools (Winner): St Paul’s Missionary College
  • Best Practice in Schools (1st Runner Up): St Francis School Victoria
  • Best Practice in Schools (2nd Runner Up): St Jeanne Antide College Immaculate Conception School
  • Best Practice in Citizens: ecowrap
  • Best Practice in Clean-Up Awareness: Żibel
  • Best Practice in Most Innovative: Malta Freeport Terminals Limited

In the latter part of the ceremony, the commendable efforts of Regional Councils in advancing waste management within their respective localities were also acknowledged, with the Port Regional Council, Gozo Regional Council, and Western Regional Council securing top positions.

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