Mobius Awards 2017: Nominations Open!
Innovate. Nominate. Celebrate! We're looking for businesses, institutions, researchers, community projects and individuals who go above and beyond for our environment. Do you know a recycling champion - or are you one? Nominate today for the 2017 Mobius Awards of Environmental Excellence at DIVERTMOBIUSAWARDS.CA/NOMINATE.
Don't wait 'till it's too late! Nominations for the 2017 Mobius Awards will close September 8. The categories are:
Innovator of the Year
This award is for an individual or organization that has developed and/or implemented a product or service from material that would otherwise go to landfill, or developed a more efficient approach for an existing recycling or waste diversion process.
Emerging Environmental Leader
This award goes to a rising environmental champion (age 30 or under) who goes above and beyond to encourage recycling and waste diversion and recycling among their peers, at work or school, in their community or with other Nova Scotians.
Institution of the Year
This award is for a private or public sector institution (for example: a hospital, university, college, school, long-term care/nursing home facility) that goes above and beyond to implement recycling and waste diversion strategies on a daily basis.
Large Business of the Year
This award is for a large private sector business or organization that goes above and beyond to implement recycling and waste diversion practices on a daily basis.
Hall of Fame
This award goes to an individual with a demonstrated record of ongoing committment to our environment, leadership in recycling and diverting waste from landfill.
Small Business of the Year
This award is for a small private sector business or organization that goes above and beyond to implement recycling and waste diversion practices on a daily basis.
Community Project of the Year
This award goes to a not-for-profit organization or community group that has developed and implemented an effective project or event that engages their community in recycling and waste diversion activities.
Looking for some nomination inspiration? Check out last year's winners here >