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WPAC’s Murray finalist for sustainability award

March 27, 2014, London, England – Gord Murray of the Wood Pellet Association of Canada has been named as one of three finalists for the Sustainability award (organization), one of three areas being recognized as part of the Argus Biomass Awards.


March 27, 2014
By Canadian Biomass

March 27, 2014, London, England – Gord Murray of the Wood
Pellet Association of Canada has been named as one of three finalists for the
Sustainability award (organization), one of three areas being recognized as part
of the Argus Biomass Awards.

 

The Awards, being given out as part of the Biomass Awards
and Gala Dinner at the Argus European Biomass Trading conference, recognize
excellence in the fields of outstanding contribution to the industry,
sustainability and innovation.

 

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The Sustainability Award recognizes someone “who has
demonstrated a commitment to sustainability that extends beyond their remit and
champions sustainability across the whole organization.”

 

Murray is up against Peter Wilson of the Sustainable Biomass
Partnership and Elizabeth Woodworth of Enviva. In the Outstanding contribution
(individual) award category, the three finalists are: Seth Ginther of USIPA,
Yves Rykmans of GDF Suez/Laborelec and Dorothy Thompson of Drax. For the
Innovation award (individual or organization), the three finalists are:
Christian Rakos of the European Pellet Council, Seth Ginther of the USIPA, and
the REA & Back Biomass Campaign.

 

The Argus Biomass Awards will be handed out on Wednesday,
April 9th in London. For more information about the Argus European
Biomass Trading conference, visit: www.argusmedia.com/Events/Argus-Events/Europe/Argus-Euro-Biomass/Home


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