FoodCloud wins Community Recycling Project of the Year Pakman Award

We are proud to have won the Community Recycling Project of the Year at the Repak Recycling Pakman Awards 2018.The award was sponsored by Enviroguide Consulting.

The Pakman Awards are national awards that recognise excellence in waste management and recycling among businesses, organisations, community groups and initiatives in Ireland. The 2018 awards saw 400 delegates from leading businesses, organisations and community groups come together at a gala dinner at the InterContinental Hotel. Leading the congratulations was Seán Canney, TD, Minister of State for Rural Affairs and Natural Resources.

The Pakman Awards are open to any organisation,business, community, group or individial in Ireland. Sr Margaret Cashman of St Francis Hospice in Blanchardstown, the chosen charity recipuent of the evening, was presented with a cheque for €4,000 by Repak Chairperson, Tony Keohane.

Other highlights of the night included a special mention for 11 year ol Flossie Donnelly, a finalist in the Environmental Eduucation and Awareness Initiative Category. You can read Flossie’s blog here.

Pictured at the Pakman Awards 2018 were (l to r) Minister of State at the Department of Communications, Climate Action and the Environment, Sean Canney TD; Darragh Doyle and John Pakenham from Foodcloud and Foodcloud Hubs and Gillian Free, Environmental Consultant from Enviroguide Consulting as Foodcloud and Foodcloud Hubs is announced the winner of the Community Recycling Project of the Year Award, sponsored by Enviroguide Consulting.

 

 

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