SRS nominated for GCCA Later Stage Award in waste management

Sims Recycling Solutions has been nominated in the Waste Management category for the  2013 Global Cleantech Cluster Association (GCCA) 2013 Later Stage Award.

The nomination is for SRS’s focus on providing compliant solutions to manage the end of life of electronic products in the Middle East.

SRS is a part of a pool of over 160 nominees worldwide at the award.

The annual awards recognise innovative mid- to late-stage cleantech companies around the world who are thriving in the new green economy and show great potential for growth. Winning companies will be announced at the Corporate Cleantech Venture Day on November 20, 2013 in Lahti, Finland.

Philip Hughes, Managing Director, SRS, said, “We are very proud to have been recognised and nominated for this award. Over the past year, we have worked hard to help educate the technology sector and the enterprises that use it to responsibly build and manage end-of-life systems that ensure that all electronic and electrical equipment is disposed [of] in an environmentally-friendly manner.”

Shawn Lesser, Co-Founder of Watershed Capital Group and the GCCA, noted, “What differentiates the annual Later Stage Awards is the platform it provides for new technologies to grow. Through these awards we help support innovators in the cleantech industry, who are developing their local green economies, by putting them in front of a global audience.”

The Top 30 companies will  e evaluated by over 30 venture capital and cleantech judges, who select the winners for the Later Stage Award. With more than $3.5 billion invested in clean technology, the GCCA Judges are devoted to later stage companies who have a proven track record in their home market and have the potential for international growth.

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