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The Chemical Industry Awards 2016

The Chemical Industry Awards 2016

5 Apr 2016

SCI is pleased to share information on from our partner organisation the CIA (Chemical Industries Association).

The Chemical Industry Awards are the premier accolades for the UK chemical industry. They are designed to offer a unique opportunity to highlight and promote excellent performance at the company, site or individual level.

The awards will be presented at a celebratory dinner to be held on 30 June at St George’s Hall, Liverpool.

One award that may be of particular interest to SCI members is the Innovation Award, sponsored by GSK. This Award recipient will be the company or operating unit which can provide the most successful examples of innovation – turning ideas into money – in an area of its business that helps solve today’s societal challenges. Examples of challenges that judges would expect to be addressed by applicants include climate change, water conservation, environmental improvement and an ageing population. The judges will be looking for a clever idea that has been cleverly implemented for commercial success and the benefit of the UK Chemical Industry.

Applicants should demonstrate potential to make a significant contribution to the overall performance of the Chemical Industry and applications are sought in all areas from R&D to supply chain and business innovation

You can apply using the application form available via the link below. However, before completing the application form, please contact Mike Lancaster via email at lancasterm@cia.org.uk or phone on 07753 744356 to discuss deadlines.

Full details of all the Chemical Industry Awards can be accessed via the link below.

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