The Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI), in partnership with the Paper Gold Medal Association (PGMA), are delighted to launch the 2024 Paper Industry Gold Awards.
The awards were launched in 2022 to celebrate and recognise the achievements of the UK’s Paper-based Industries.
The third annual awards will be held on Tuesday 21st May 2024 at the prestigious and historic Stationers’ Hall in London.
The awards, which have officially been launched today (Monday 30th October), comprise seven categories and include a brand-new award for Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI).
1. Recycling Award,
2. Net Zero Award,
3. Community Engagement Award,
4. Health and Safety Award,
5. Sustainable Innovation Award,
6. Skills Award, and
7. Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Award.
The Paper Gold Medal will also be awarded at the ceremony - this award will recognise an outstanding, lifelong contribution to this industry.
You can find the criteria and entry forms for these awards, and the nomination form for the Paper Gold Medal at www.paper.org.uk/awards.
The awards are free to enter and provide a great opportunity to promote the UK’s Paper-based Industries and give companies and individual staff members the recognition they deserve.
Andrew Large, CPI’s Director General said: “We are excited to launch the third annual Paper Industry Gold awards and now call for nominations for individuals or businesses to enter and help us showcase and celebrate the amazing talents and achievements within the UK’s Paper-based Industries.”
The deadline to enter is Friday 1st March 2024.
Contact for further information
For further information contact Emma Punchard ([email protected]).
Notes to Editors
CPI is the leading trade association representing the UK’s Paper-based Industries, comprising paper and board manufacturers and converters, corrugated packaging producers, makers of soft tissue papers, and collectors of paper for recycling.
CPI represents an industry with an aggregate annual turnover of £11.5 billion, with 56,000 direct and a further 93,000 indirect employees.