In 2018 we celebrated 20 years of environmental excellence
Over the Survey’s 20 years, organisations have come and gone, been bought and sold, renamed and restructured. However, through all of this change in the business landscape, 11 companies have taken part in every Survey since 1998. Additionally, 23 participants have completed the Survey for at least the last 10 consecutive years.
- Click here to download the 2018 Northern Ireland Environmental Benchmarking Survey Results.
- Click here to read a special supplement featured in the Belfast Telegraph, to celebrate 20 years of the Survey.
- Click here to watch a video celebrating 20 years of the Survey
2018 Survey Gap Analysis Reports
If your organisation participated in the 2018 NI Environmental Benchmarking Survey, Business in the Community can provide you with a Survey Gap Analysis Report. These reports are free of charge to Business in the Community members and charged at £50 + VAT to non-members. If you would like to request a Gap Analysis please contact Keelin McCone.
2018 George Dawson Award for Environmental Contribution
The George Dawson Award for Environmental Contribution was established in 2008 to pay tribute to the memory of George Dawson, a former Director of Business in the Community.
George passed away in 2007, following a short illness. During his nine years with the organisation, he developed the environmental campaign into a highly respected and successful driver for corporate environmental improvement in Northern Ireland.
This recognition award is designed to celebrate the significant contribution made by a business person to improving the environmental performance of his or her organisation and its impacts upon the environment and wider community.
Laura Duggan (2017 George Dawson Award Recipient) and Chris Conway (Chair of BITCNI’s Environment Leadership Team) presenting Donna McCullagh from Adman Civil Projects Limited with the 2018 George Dawson Award
The 2018 Northern Ireland Environmental Benchmarking Survey’s trophies and the George Dawson Award were made by local supplier David Keys Sustainable Woodworking.
David runs an ‘unplugged’ workshop, where he uses ‘old-school’ hand tools to reduce electricity consumption. Most of the tools he uses date back to before the Second World War, and he has restored them back to their original condition.
The trophies are made from broken fencing posts and offcuts from a shed manufacturer, and the glass inlays were made out of used glass from Bombay Sapphire gin bottles, making them truly circular
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