CRNS is a membership network and it is the collective activities of the network that makes third sector reuse and recycling significant in Scotland. Here is just a snapshot of some of the awards and achievements our members gained in 2015.
Glasgow Bike Station won PCW Environmental Initiative of the Year 2015 Award for their Climate Challenge Fund project A Better Way to Work.
Instant Neighbour won Environmental Social Enterprise of the Year at the UK Social Enterprise Awards.
Furniture Plus received a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
Good Green Fun were awarded Stirling Council’s Provost’s Award for Business.
At our CRNS Conference we recognised and thanked Jackie Agnew, a friend and supporter of CRNS since the organisation was formed. As CEO of HomeAid West Lothian Jackie has given 30 years of service to helping folk in West Lothian and this was the perfect opportunity to say thank you to her.