City recognises four businesses
THE City of Belmont recognised four businesses for their environmental and sustainability achievements last week.
Gateway WA, Motorcycles Plus, Sadliers Logistics and Catalpa Rise won Business Environmental Awards offered by the city last Wednesday.
Gateway WA was recognised for establishing an on-site acid sulphate soils treatment and topsoil screening facility.
Motorcycles Plus received an award for it’s involvement in the Motor Trade Association’s Green Stamp Program for the past four years and achieving the top Level 3 accreditation.
Sadleirs Logistics were awarded for theirinstallation of a 30kW solar PV array on their main terminal, resulting in a 10 per cent drop in electricity purchased from the grid.
They also achieved ISO14001 accreditation for their environmental management system.
Catalpa Rise won an award for a future project involving the construction of seven one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments in Kewdale, aiming to exceed the minimum 6-star rating required under the Building Code of Australia.
City of Belmont Mayor Phil Marks said all businesses in the city should look to the local winners who were setting a strong example of how to carry out business in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way.
“This is the eighth year we have presented the awards and I would like to congratulate this year’s winners for the significant environmental achievements they have implemented in their businesses,” Mr Marks said.
Winners Amanda Coldham, from Motorcycles Plus, Laurenne Coetzee, from Gateway WA, Mayor Phil Marks, and Ken Taylor, from Sadleirs Logistics.