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Have your say on your awards

2000 nras 2016 all the winners

Nearly two decades after the launch of the waste sector’s leading awards event, MRW is conducting a survey to ensure the National Recycling Awards (NRAs) are as relevant to the industry as possible.



We are keen to gather as many views as possible, including new elements recognising those companies, local authorities and other organisations leading the way in corporate social responsibility, sustainability, resource efficiency and even tackling modern slavery.

This, of course, would be alongside the existing emphasis on recycling and waste management.

We would value your participation: the survey should take 5-8 minutes to complete. To start, please click here

Your feedback will help us to formulate our plans, and, we hope, build on the success of the NRAs and ensure the awards are compelling and relevant. So please be completely frank in telling us what you think of the new proposition described in this survey.

On completion of the survey you can enter a prize draw to win one of three Amazon vouchers, worth £100 each. We will also donate £1 to WasteAid for each completed survey.

The research is being conducted in accordance with guidelines stipulated by the UK Market Research Society code of conduct. Your responses will remain confidential and you will receive no additional sales communications as a result of taking part in this survey.

To start, please click here. 

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