Repak extends the deadline for 2021 Pakman Award entries

Pictured from left at the launch of the 2021 Pakman Awards were Minister of State for Public Procurement and eGovernment, Ossian Smyth, and Repak CEO, Séamus Clancy

The deadline for the 2021 Pakman Awards has been extended until Friday, 3 September



31 August 2021 | 0

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The deadline for the Repak 2021 Pakman Awards has been extended until Friday, 3 September.

Now in its seventh year, the national environmental awards are free to enter and honour individuals, businesses, community groups and organisations who have demonstrated excellence in waste management and recycling practices over the last two years.

Since the Pakman Awards began, organisations, businesses, community groups and individuals of all sizes have been recognised for demonstrating recycling excellence and innovation in sustainability and waste management.

Previous winners of a Pakman Award include; Aldi, Aran Islands Co-op Recycling Project, Bujo, Clean Ireland Recycling, Tesco Ireland, Foodcloud and Foodcloud Hubs, Allied Irish Bank, Raidió Teilifís Éireann, Sligo County Council, Lidl, Recreate Ireland and Rehab Glassco.

“Small organisations or an individual are just as likely to win a Pakman Award as large multinationals, as our previous winners demonstrate,” said CEO of Repak, Séamus Clancy.

“I encourage anyone who is considering submitting an entry to do so before the deadline closes and avail of the opportunity to have their sustainability efforts recognised at a national level and win a national environmental award,’’ Clancy added.

The 2021 Pakman Awards, are proudly sponsored by The Department of Environment, Climate & Communications, the Environmental Protection Agency, Arthur Cox, the Irish Waste Management Association, Enviroguide, WEEE Ireland, Repak ELT, AMCS and European Recycling Platform.

More information can also be found on Pakman Awards on Facebook and @PakmanAwards on Twitter and



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