BMRA launches new award


The British Metals Recycling Association (BMRA) has launched a new honour to recognise those with longstanding contributions to the metals recycling industry.

It follows the popularity and number of nominees for the annual Lifetime Achievement Award.

Every two months, members can nominate someone to put forward for the award based on the following criteria:

  • The nominee should have been in the industry for at least 25 years
  • The nominee may have worked in their own firm/or for other firms
  • The award is a recognition of longevity and experience.

People nominating will be asked to include no fewer than 200 words as to why this person should be a Service to British Metals Recycling (SBMR) recipient. 

Susie Burrage, President of the BMRA said: “We get so many wonderful nominations for the Lifetime Achievement Award that, as a board, we wanted to recognise further those people who have contributed to this industry over the years. 

“People tend to stay in the industry for a long time and either work in their own firm, or as an employee of others, getting to know many people along the way. 

“It is these stalwarts of the industry we want to recognise with this new accolade, Service to British Metals Recycling Award.”

If people have previously been nominated for a Lifetime Achievement Award, they can be nominated for  this award. 

For more information on how to nominate someone, visit:

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