ERA invites sustainability award entries

14 February 2022

The European Rental Association, (ERA) is calling for equipment rental companies to enter the Sustainability Committee Award for the Best Carbon Reduction Initiative in the European Rental Awards program.

The 2021 European Rental Awards ceremony in Amsterdam. (Photo: Maurice Vinken, www.kleurstof.eu. Courtesy ERA).

The Best Carbon Reduction Innovation Award will go to a single project or initiative within a rental company and can include efforts by a rental company, or those of its customers, to reduce its own emissions.

The deadline for awards entries is 25 February 2022.

Initiatives might include investment in low emission equipment, the use of electric or hybrid delivery vehicles and strategies to engage with customers and suppliers on carbon reduction.

The award will be assessed by the ERA Sustainability Committee in terms of an initiative’s long-term impact, innovation, cost efficiency, adaptability to SMEs, recent implementation and proven effectiveness. 

Entries can be submitted in free format or using the standard entry form, in English or the national language of the proposing company. Submissions can come from any company in Europe regardless of their ERA membership. Entries from small and medium size enterprises are encouraged.

The European Rental Awards ceremony will take place on the evening of 15 June 2022 during the ERA Convention in Riga, Latvia, where the winner of the Best Carbon Reduction Initiative of the Year will be announced.

Further information and entry forms can be found at the European Rental Awards website, https://www.khl-group.com/events/rentalawards/index.html.

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