Based in an open and closed prison housing 1,300 prisoners, the team defines waste management strategies to educate and empower staff and prisoners within the prison, working collaboratively with other prisons to encourage and share best practice.
Waste management and recycling is integral to not only reducing our carbon footprint, but to introducing cost effective sustainable waste management practices across a large multi-site operation, emphasising reducing reoffending for prisoners.
Robin Latchem, Editor of MRW, says: “Our awards are often the first to highlight innovation and best practice in recycling and waste management and it’s exciting to see previous winners establishing themselves as exemplars of resource efficiency. To celebrate and share in victory on the night is the icing on the cake.”
The winners of the National Recycling Awards 2018 will be revealed on 28 June at London Hilton, Park Lane where the industry elite will come together for a night of recognition and celebration of the sectors achievements.
Source: Milton Keynes College OLASS