Sometimes it’s good to judge

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By Adrienne

Those of you who already know us here at Hanicke Robins Sanderson will know that we have strong links with the waste management and recycling sector. Now, there’s a bit of an urban myth that goes something like this:

once you get involved in recycling, you’re in it for life’.

Which certainly seems to be my story.

 

My recycling journey started when I was commissioned to write for MRW, many moons ago. I then hopped back PR-side, working in-house for the now (much missed) Aylesford Newsprint. A couple of agencies, and many recycling, circular, energy, renewables, etc, etc clients later – here I am working with Paul and Kirsty, setting up our exciting new events-focused agency.

 

Hanicke Robins Sanderson is not sector-specific. We’re B2B specific. And we’re specifically creative. But we’re not exclusive to recycling – or any other sector as it happens. We like to share our comms skills far and wide and shake things up a bit.

 

Recycling plastic

But recycling is always there. I hope it always will be.

 

And so you can see why I was happy to once again be invited to be a judge for the 2016 National Recycling Awards, which I of course accepted immediately. Last year’s judging interview sessions were really impressive, and I’m looking forward to more of the same next May.

 

So start writing your entries, becasue I’m sharpening my judging pen in readiness.

 

Find out more here: https://nra.mrw.co.uk/