Trustgreen has won an International Green Apple Environment Award in the campaign to find the greenest companies.

We competed against more than 800 other nominations in the International Green Apple Awards. Richard Thomas, Freja Thorpe and Cameron Owen attended the award ceremony on behalf of Trustgreen and they were presented with a trophy and certificate at a glittering presentation in the Houses of Parliament, London, on November 20.

As a result of this International Green Apple Award success, we have been invited to accept Green World Ambassador status and have our winning paper published in The Green Book (the leading international work of reference on environmental best practice) so that others around the world can follow our lead and learn from this achievement.

Community Champion Rooted in Nature

The judges said:

“The introduction of the Community Champion role aimed to enhance connections between communities for improved social coordination. The Community Champion based in Warwickshire, fosters community well-being through collaborative activities. The work centres around building a nature-rooted, thriving community with a strong emphasis on green spaces and connection.

This will also entitle Trustgreen to represent their country in the Green World Environment Awards that are held in a different country every year. The Green Apple Awards are run by The Green Organisation – an international, independent, non-profit, non-political environment group that began in 1994 to recognise, reward and promote environmental best practice around the world.