Logo - Winner NRA - for Product of the Year 2021

Morph named 'Recycled Product of the Year 2021'

We are thrilled to have been recognised at the prestigious MRW National Recycling Awards where Morph has been named Recycled Product of the Year 2021. 

The judges recognised our innovative approach to tackling environmental impacts: "this was a stand-out product that is well thought-out and genuinely addresses the issue of circularity to allow for reuse, reconfiguration and recycling." Fantastic news considering the very stiff competition we were up against; we are thrilled to have been credited with this win.

The results of the National Recycling Awards were revealed on 8 December at the London Hilton, Park Lane, where over 500 of the recycling sector’s leading lights came together in-person, for the first time since June 2019 to celebrate the industry’s achievements. With 16 categories, the awards cover every aspect of the recycling and waste management industry, from Food Waste Initiative to Recycling Excellence.

The MRW National Recycling Awards bring together recycling and waste management professionals to recognise and celebrate best practice and innovation in recycling and waste management. The awards provide industry recognition and unrivalled networking opportunities.

Corin Williams, Editor of MRW said: “The judges were bowled over this year by the breadth and depth of the entries. It is amazing to see just how inventive and committed people can be. In the wake of COP26 and a growing worldwide push to conserve, reuse and recycle our resources, the NRAs 2021 winners are showing what can be achieved.”

In just two years we have taken an idea from drawing, to testing designs on a 3D printer, to injection moulded mass production. We had invaluable assistance from Innovate UK and Morph is now installed in a number of offices and Universities across the UK. Interest is growing fast and we are preparing for our launch in 2022. Our aim is to help businesses and organisations take a contemporary, sustainable approach to development, reducing carbon footprints and making a difference to the environment

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