ISLAMABAD: National Forum for Environment and Health (NFEH) announced results of 8th Annual Environment Excellence Awards (AEEA) for best performance of 2010-11.Chairman Dr Kaiser Waheed and President NFEH M Naeem Qureshi said the award has been instituted to recognise and promote the organisations, which make an outstanding contribution to sustainable development.They aim to highlight policies, practices, processes and products from all sectors of business in the country, which help achieve economic and social development without harming the environment and natural resources. In this year over 148 companies and organisations have submitted their nominations.
The jury selected 65 companies for 8th AEEA-2011: ICI Pakistan, Packages, Engro Power Gen, Lal Pir Power, NRL, Nestle Pakistan, OGDC, Qarshi Indust-ries, Rafhan Maize Products, Siemens Pakistan, Engro Fertilizers, Environmental Management Consultants, Pepsi Cola, PRL, Total Atlas Lubricants, Aga Khan University Hospital, Getz Pharma, Bestway Cement, Presson Descon International, Syngenta Pakistan, GSK, Lucky Cement, Dalda Foods, Attock Cement, IIL, Roots School System, SSGC, KSB Pumps, Sapphire Textile, PICT, Novartis Pharma, Pakistan Cables, National Cleaner Production Centre Foundation, Dawood Hercules Chemical, KAPCO, Tourism Promotion Services Pakistan, M Muhammad Shafi and Co, PTCL, Dr Essa’s Laboratory, Crescent Bahuman, DADA Enterprises, Fauji Cement, Master Textile, BHP Petroleum, Abbott Laboratories, Engro Corporation, Dawlance Group, Pak Arab Refinery, United Marine Agencies, Lahore Compost, DG Cement, BOC Pakistan, Prime Cables, Procter and Gamble, Cafe Student Biryani, Pak Suzuki Motor, Interdesign FMC, Landirenzo Pakistan, Descon Engineering, KESC, Prime Liquid, Habib Oil Mills, AVM Chemical. Ms Samina Khalid Ghurki, Federal Minister for Environment and Chairman IPO Hameedullah Jan Afridi will be the chief guests on this occasion. Minister for Environment and Alternative Energy and others dignitaries would also attend ceremony. – Dailytimes