All-Ireland Sustainability Awards announces U105 as media partner

Danielle McCormick, Founder of The All-Ireland Sustainability Awards, alongside Peter McVerry, U105 Station Manager

County Antrim based environmental specialists Triterra, have joined forces with local Northern Ireland radio station U105 as media partner for the first ever All Ireland Sustainability Awards.

With the global focus on reducing carbon emissions and improving meaningful sustainability within business and communities, the awards are set to celebrate the best in business and communities across Ireland.

This year’s awards, which are being held in partnership with Everun and offers 13 categories covering biodiversity, waste, young changemaker, food, green marketing and sustainable tourism have been announced and organisers are encouraging organisations of all types, large and small, new and established to enter and boast their sustainability credentials and excellence.

Award submissions are currently open with finalists and winners being celebrated at a spectacular gala evening in the Europa Hotel on October 5, 2023. In addition to the 13 categories, an Overall Winner of the Year 2023 will be announced. This prestigious title will go to one category winner who will be crowned most Sustainable Business of the Year 2023.

Danielle McCormick, CEO of Triterra and founder of the All-Ireland Sustainability Awards, said; “Sustainability and the drive towards net-zero are now firmly on the agenda for all and is essential component in our businesses strategies if we are to safeguard our current and future businesses, lifestyles, communities and planet.

“We are thrilled to secure U105 as a media partner and will work with them and our lead awards partner, Everun – energy management specialists, and our other sponsors on our collective sustainability ambition.”

Peter McVerry, Station Manager with U105, said “Sustainability and excellence is important to our company, and with stations across Ireland all working towards this, we are delighted to partner with Danielle and her team for the next three years to support the awards and annual summit.”

The All-Ireland Sustainability Awards, which are free to enter, are open until August 15. Finalists will be announced in early September.

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