The British Coatings Federation (BCF) has opened submissions for its prestigious Sustainable Innovation Awards.
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Now in its third year, the popular awards recognises, rewards and promotes the outstanding achievements in the areas of sustainability and innovation of both organisations and individuals working in the Coatings Industry.
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Tony Mash, Chief Executive Officer of the BCF, said: “Last year saw yet another increase in both the volume of entries and the overall standard of submissions with entrants showcasing solutions that had real potential in the wider market place. This year we are anticipating the bar to be raised even higher and competition to be even fiercer as manufacturers really get to grips with the environmental issues surrounding our industry.
“These awards have come to represent a beacon of light during what have been challenging times over the last few years. Previous winners have found that receiving a BCF Award sharpens the focus of their organisations and provides welcome motivation for employees.”
This year the independent judges, former BCF President David Thomas, Dr Phil Gamlen, Director of Corporate Learning and Innovation at the Manchester Business School and Dr Peter Collins, Technical Director of the PRA will be looking for an extra creative dimension in entries, specifically those entries that showcase an innovative new use of existing technology or radically improve a tried and tested method which enhances the overall manufacturing process.