It has never been more important to put the environment at the heart of what you do.
Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards recognises unsung environmental individuals, projects and schemes with a strong ecological or environmentally-friendly ethos, and groups and organisations which can show they adopt a sound eco approach to their business.
By shining a spotlight on local positive environmental action we hope we can inspire others to act too.
The awards are hosted jointly by Norfolk County Council and Norwich City Council. We work hard to ensure the awards give local environmental initiatives the recognition they deserve.
This year the awards ceremony will be held on 5 March at The Halls in Norwich.
There are six categories:
- Eco hero - The People’s Vote
- Eco food producer
- Eco primary school
- Eco secondary school
- Eco community group
- Eco small/medium business
Two entrants are shortlisted for each category, except for the Eco Hero category where shortlisted entrants will face a public vote. Each shortlisted entrant will receive two tickets for the awards ceremony. For each of the schools categories the entrants will also receive tickets for five children to attend.
Winners receive a Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards trophy and certificate and are invited to use our logo. This shows they have been recognised as an eco-friendly company, group or individual.
The winner of the eco primary school category will receive three brand new tablet devices for their school and the highly commended entrant will receive two. Both will also get a trophy, certificate, and are invited to use the Eco Awards logo to show their eco credentials.
The winners of the eco community group and eco secondary school categories will each receive £500 prizes.