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Finalists in the Sustainable Business of the Year Category at the Lloyds Bank Business Awards

Clean Planet Group is thrilled to announce today its latest recognition, being shortlisted as a finalist in the Sustainable Business of the Year category of the prestigious Lloyds Bank British Business Excellence Awards.



Established in 2018, Clean Planet Group has been passionately tackling the plastic waste and climate crises, embodying the ethos of clean air, clean oceans, and a clean planet. Through its innovative arms: Clean Planet Technologies, Clean Planet Energy, and the Clean Planet Foundation, the Group has pioneered sustainable solutions, from advanced waste plastic recycling processes to educational initiatives, all aimed at creating a more sustainable future.


The Lloyds Bank British Business Excellence Awards stand as the paragon of recognizing businesses of diverse calibres and sectors. The awards require a year-long stringent judging processes, culminating in a grand awards ceremony on Tuesday 14th November 2023 at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.



Adel Louertatani, Director, Clean Planet Group, commented on the announcement:

"We are immensely proud to be recognised for our unwavering dedication to combatting the plastic and climate crises. Our vision has always been to provide a cleaner planet for future generations, and this nomination underscores the significance of our mission. We are both humbled and invigorated to continue driving change and making a tangible difference in the world."



Sarah Austin, Founder & Director of the Lloyds Bank British Business Excellence Awards, shared her excitement:

"As the UK's unrivalled celebration of business brilliance, resilience, and innovation - the Lloyds Bank British Business Excellence Awards are at the forefront. The lead-up to this year's grand event at the Grosvenor Hotel is buzzing with anticipation. We're astounded by the incredible array of entries from diverse industries, but the sectors of energy, recruitment, wellbeing, food & drink, and tech have notably shone. The UK business landscape is evidently flourishing. Congratulations to Clean Planet Group for setting remarkable standards in the business realm. Your entry is a testament to dedication and talent.


Being recognised as a finalist in the Sustainable Business of the Year category is not just a testament to Clean Planet Group's innovations and efforts but also shines a spotlight on the broader importance of sustainable business practices.


In addition, Clean Planet Group has also been awarded as a finalist in the "Purpose before Profit" category due to the work undertaken in the Clean Planet Foundation.




These acknowledgments underscore the growing emphasis on businesses taking tangible actions to combat pressing environmental challenges. As the world grapples with sustainability crises, Clean Planet Group’s nominations serves as a beacon, inspiring other businesses to integrate environmental responsibility into their core operations.



About Lloyds Bank British Business Excellence Awards

The Lloyds Bank British Business Excellence Awards were initiated in 2021 by Sarah Austin Events. They are the paramount business awards programme for businesses of various magnitudes. They are characterised by a year-long series of networking events, round tables, and a stringent judging procedure. The complete list of finalists will be available on the British Business Excellence Awards website here. The awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday 14th November 2023 at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London



About Clean Planet Group:

Established with the ethos of promoting clean air, clean oceans, and a cleaner planet, Clean Planet Group has quickly risen as a vanguard in the fight against the plastic waste and climate crises. The group's multidimensional approach, encompassing technology development, infrastructure building, and educational outreach, signifies a holistic strategy towards sustainability. With each ecoPlant constructed and every community they engage, Clean Planet Group takes us one step closer to a future where plastics are sustainably managed and carbon emissions reduced.

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