What was the Judging Panel for the BAMA Awards looking for in the award entries?

September saw the arrival of the judging panel for the BAMA Awards met at BAMA head offices in Stevenage, to review the BAMA Awards entries and nominate the winners and runners-up. Now in their eighth year, the BAMA Awards recognise and promote the high standards in the UK aerosol industry and are much sought after – providing a valuable way of promoting businesses.

This year’s panel was drawn from the worlds of retailing, politics and environmental policy. The judges were: Paul Broadhead, Technical Manager from Morrison’s, Stephen McPartland MP for Stevenage and Zoe Le Grand, Principal Sustainability Advisor from Forum for the Future.

They were tasked with reviewing the entrants into the four categories:
• New Aerosol of the Year
• Process Safety and Training
• Sustainability
• Aerosol Packaging.

It was interesting to find out what the judges were looking for as their very different backgrounds and experience meant they each had different aspects which interested them

Paul BroadheadPaul Broadhead, Technical Manager from Morrison’s, said:

“I try to put myself in the shoes of our customers. What benefits does the entry give to the end user, a great idea, a practical use, what does it do that is better to what’s already out there?”

stephenmcpartland_imgStephen McPartland MP for Stevenage commented:

“I was looking for innovation which would give access to new markets so the aerosol industry can grow.”

Zoe Le GrandMeantime, Zoe Le Grand, Principal Sustainability Advisor from Forum for the Future told BAMA:

“I was particularly interested in seeing innovation to meet a human need. Something that illustrates radical innovation in function and materials that leads to chemical reductions, lower CO2, for industry improvement and potential for scale.”

We thank the panel for their time and input – there certainly seemed to be much debate. The results of the Awards will be announced at the BAMA Awards on the 19th October.

We thank all Members who entered. As always, the standard of entries was very high.

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