Two MAS facilities became the first Sri Lankan companies to win awards at the Global Chemical Leasing Awards in Vienna this month. The awards launched in 2010, recognize case studies and innovation in chemical leasing and promotes the application of innovative business models and inspires companies and individuals around the globe to innovate for sustainability.
The 2018 award was jointly sponsored and supported by The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), the Austrian Federal Ministry of Sustainability and Tourism (BMNT), the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN), and the German Environment Agency (UBA).
91 applications were considered (54 “Case studies”, 18 “Special innovation”, 19 “Research”) from 20 countries with Noyon Lanka and MAS Active Linea Intimo emerging winners from Sri Lanka.
SPECIAL INNOVATION – Noyon Lanka – Gold
CASE STUDIES – MAS ACTIVE Linea Intimo – Bronze
“Since MAS commenced its sustainability journey, Noyon has embraced the ‘green concept’ and driven projects to reflect this. These awards highlight the journey that Noyon has been on, and winning Gold for the Chemical Leasing Project for Waste Water Treatment as well as the National Energy Efficiency Awards, are the latest in its sustainability efforts. Today, we have taken this innovation as a Sri Lankan effort to the world stage and it’s only natural that we continue to stay on this path driving sustainability and green chemistry in our vision for 2025. Innovation for sustainability should now be a norm and we are proud to have taken the lead on this front” – Mr. Ashiq Lafir, CEO Noyon Lanka