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World Economic Forum The Circulars 2016 awards
In recognition as to what REDISA has achieved in terms of successfully implementing a circular economy approach, Ida Auken, previously the Danish Minister for Environment, and now a MP, personally nominated REDISA to enter the World Economic Forum The Circulars 2016 awards in the Circular Economy Government, Cities & Regions category. Awards were presented in a ceremony at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos in January 2016 where REDISA was announced as Runner-up in the category.
The Circulars, are the world’s premier circular economy award program, and offers recognition to all individuals and organisation’s from commerce and civil society across the globe that have made a notable contribution to driving circular economy principles.
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