Premier's Sustainability Awards

Finalists now announced

Finalists have been announced across 10 categories by the Premier of Victoria, Daniel Andrews and the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Lily D’Ambrosio in the Premier’s Sustainability Awards. The Awards has had its broadest cross section of entries in the awards 15 year history and this year’s 29 finalists showcase real ingenuity and innovation in the way Victorian’s approach sustainability.

The Awards continues to promote leadership and innovation in sustainability, rewarding businesses, state and local government, institutions community groups, and individuals who are leading the way in sustainable innovation and practices.

Health finalist - Epworth Hospital Richmond for their project: Perioperative Services Going Green and Diverting Waste from LandfillIf you are committed to a sustainable future and have embedded sustainability into the way you operate the Premier’s Sustainability Awards is a great way to share your sustainability achievements.

Finalists have been selected across 10 award categories:

  • Built Environment
  • Community
  • Education
  • Environmental Justice
  • Environmental Protection
  • Government
  • Health
  • Innovative Products or Services
  • Large Business
  • Small and Medium Enterprises

If you are a sustainable government organisation, businesses, community group or individual who is committed to a sustainable future and have embedded sustainability into the way you operate the Premier’s Sustainability Awards is a great way to share your sustainability achievements. Be recognised by your local and wider community and receive recognition for your commitment and leadership. Why not enter in 2018?

To see the full list of finalists, to purchase tickets to the awards ceremony and for information on entering in 2018 go to www.sustainabilityawards.vic.gov.au

Image: Health finalist - Epworth Hospital Richmond for their project: Perioperative Services Going Green and Diverting Waste from Landfill