Darlington, UK – Vortex Global Limited, a solids and bulk handling components company, has been shortlisted for a 2019 MRW National Recycling Award (NRA). The project “Vortex & Enval: Using Microwave-Induced Pyrolysis to Recover Aluminium from Laminated Packaging” will be considered for a Smarter Systems (Efficiency) Award. The shortlist will be judged by a panel of distinguished industry experts.
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The NRA Forum & Reception is widely considered the recycling and waste management industry’s “night of the year.” It is the only cross-sector recycling and waste management event. More than 700 industry key players from all points of the resources supply chain gather to network, celebrate and reward achievement, outstanding work, and the ultimate industry accolades.
Past award winners include 3SE, 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, ACM Environmental PLC, Amey Inabensa, Aquafil, Argent Energy, Axion Recycling, Barnsley Doncaster & Rotherham Waste Partnership, Barnsley Met BC, Boss Design, Braintree District Council, the Brakes Group, Brighter Future - Changing Lives, Brighton & Hove City Council, Bristol Waste Company, Bron Afon Community Housing, Burt the Binman, Café Spice Namasté, Circularety, City of Wakefield Council, Coca-Cola, Dorset Waste Partnership, Ecosurety, Ellgia, Enviroguide, eSynergy Developments, eSynergy Technologies, Eurocell PLC, FCC Environment, Freegle, GENeco, Go 4 Greener, Hamilton Waste & Recycling, I & H Brown, Interface, Kettering Borough Council, KwikSweep, LeanPath UK, Melton Foods, National Resource Consortium, Neighbourly, Net-Works, Network Rail, O'Donovan Waste Disposal, Plastipak, Reconomy, the Recycling Association, Recycling Lives, Regent Arcade, Renewi, Reseiclo, Rochdale Borough Council, Sharpsmart UK, Siltbuster, SUEZ, Tendring Reuse & Employment Enterprise, Royal Stoke Hospital, Timberpak, Toast Ale, Too Good to Go, Total Reuse, TRAC2, Trojan Services, Veris Strategies, Viridor, WasteCare, Wiles Greenworld, the University of Winchester, Winnow, Woking Borough Council, World of Books, Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and Zoological Society London, among others.