Recofloor is now inviting entries for its cricket-themed 2017 Recofloor Awards Event at London’s Oval cricket ground on March 29th 2017.
The sixth annual awards will be hosted by former England Cricket captain David Gower, who will present trophies and certificates to Recofloor members who have made an exceptional contribution to the rising volumes of vinyl flooring waste being diverted from landfill and reused.
Recofloor members are eligible to enter any of the following categories: Contractor of the Year, Distributor of the Year, Project of the Year and Drop-Off Site User of the Year. Entries can be made online and are open until Friday 27th January 2017.
Other categories at the awards include Recofloor Champion, Greatest Improvement, Best Newcomer, Outstanding Achievement and Recofloor Brand Ambassador.
Members’ commitment and achievements in 2016 will also be recognised through the presentation of Recofloor Gold, Silver and Bronze awards.
Recofloor’s project co-ordinator Carla Eslava commented on the event: “Our Annual Awards event is always popular and we’re going all out to make our 2017 one the biggest yet, so I’m hoping the level of entries will ‘bowl this maiden over’!”
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