Latest sponsor adds support to Sustainability Leaders Awards 2013

edie and Sustainable Business magazine are delighted to welcome Air Products on board as a 2013 Sustainability Leaders Awards sponsor.

The company will sponsor the Carbon Management award, a hotly-contested category with finalists this year comprising Carbon Clear with Japan Tobacco International, Forest Carbon, Sainsbury's, SC Johnson, Schneider Electric and Tesco. View the full shortlist here.

Speaking of the company’s support of the awards, Air Products UK and Ireland Marketing manager  Paul Robson said: “Air Products is pleased to sponsor the Carbon Management category at this year’s Sustainability Leaders Awards as it’s a subject close to our global sustainability beliefs both internally in our business and with our external customers.

“In Air Products today we are pushing ahead with some major carbon reduction projects with a solar farm at our global headquarters in Allentown, Pennsylvania and, also in the USA, our CO2 carbon capture plant.  Here in the UK, we’re building the UK’s first, and the world’s largest, energy-from-waste plant using advanced gasification technology.  Furthermore, for our clients and customers, we are delivering safety and storage solutions for biomass holding facilities and we’re providing clean emission solutions for many combustion process customers, all helping deliver carbon emission reductions.

The winner of the carbon management category, along with the winners in each of the other categories, will be announced at the gala black-tie dinner and ceremony on November 21st at London's Grand Connaught Rooms.

Book your place before the early bird rate runs out this Friday (September 20th) by emailing Aaron Borrow, calling 01342 332077 or via the online booking facility.


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