The Banksia Leadership in the Circular Economy Award recognises approaches that allow the Australian economy to develop within natural limits; preserving and enhancing natural capital, optimising resource yields and eliminating waste.
Key Areas of this Award; Supply Chain, Resource Recovery, Upcycling, Design, Alternative Business Models, Disruption, Closed Loop Approaches.
Entries are sought from: Government, Business, Community, Organisations, Educational Institutions, Individuals, Social Enterprises, Not for Profits, Partnerships.
The winner will;
Your submission needs to address the following 6 criteria:
Compile an introductory profile on your group or project/initiative including your position, approach, and relevance within the community or marketplace.
Define the need for this program/initiative/business and outline your objectives and key performance indicators.
Define the methodology, processes and resources used.
Describe and measure your key achievements, detailing the impact you’re having and any new partnerships that have emerged. Provide results and where applicable compare against similar projects/initiatives or any industry standards.
Detail the innovative aspects of this project/initiative/business by illustrating how you have challenged orthodoxies, harnessed trends, understood needs and leveraged resources.
6. FUTURE PROSPECTS
Where to from here? What are the expectations and strategies for this project/initiative/business going forward?
The Banksia Leadership in the Circular Economy Award is proudly sponsored by Cleanaway.
To view the full criteria for this Award Category as well as hints, FAQ’S and entry fees, please request the relevant Entry Kit via the link below.