Congratulations to the 2011 Awards for Environmental Excellence winners!
A lavish black-tie gala ceremony saw edie's Awards for Environmental Excellence 2011 winners announced. Pictures and video below.
Presented by star of stage, radio and screen, Marcus Brigstocke, the awards at the exclusive Hurlingham Club in London saw more than 300 environmental pioneers gather together to celebrate sustainability.
View all the winner pics here.
View our awards evening gallery here.
The awards, sponsored by voltage optimisation experts powerPerfector and environmental consultants NQA, celebrate the best of the past 12 months of sustainable business.
Among the winners there was individual recognition for Marks and Spencer's head of Plan A, Richard Gillies, as he won the edie user-voted Outstanding Contribution to Sustainability (individual) award.
Mr Gillies follows in the illustrious footsteps of Al Gore, Green MP Caroline Lucas and film director and 10:10 campaigner Franny Armstrong.
edie's users also chose the Carbon Trust as their Outstanding Contribution to Sustainability (Corporate) winner with chief executive, Tom Delay, personally collecting the trophy.A full list of winners is below:
Product and projects awards
Carbon Reduction - First UK Bus
Renewable Energy - Marks and Spencer
Green Corporate Initiative - Marks and Spencer
Green Retail Initiative - Sainsbury's
Public Sector Initiative - North West Fire and Rescue Sustainability Network
Sustainable Transport - Transport for London's Barclays Cycle Hire Scheme
Sustainable Construction - Olympic Delivery Authority
Water and Wastewater - Microbial Solutions Microcycle Technology
Waste and Resource Management - Coca Cola Enterprises
Climate Change and Renewables - SKM Enviros
Water and Wastewater - SKM Enviros
Waste and Resource Management - Amec
Impact Assessment and Planning - URS Scott Wilson
Due Diligence - ENVIRON
Corporate Sustainability - ERM
Contaminated Land - SKM Enviros
Environmental - Amec
Click play below to see how the awards were voted for by our judging panel, chaired by Environment Agency chairman, Lord Smith.