Silverlake wins awards for its green business practices

Silverlake Automotive Recycling has been recognised for its commitment to sustainability and the environment, receiving two awards in seven days at both a national and regional level.

At the national UK Green Business Awards 2024 on 12 June, Silverlake was a finalist in the Circular Economy Project of the Year Award, alongside household names such as Decathlon, Screwfix and Lombard. Silverlake received a highly commended certificate for its “innovation and partnership approach to the supply of reclaimed parts to the bodyshop market”.  Screwfix was also highly commended while Decathlon won the overall award.

Silverlake wins awards

On 18 June, at the regional Solent250 Business Awards 2024, Silverlake won the Climate and Sustainability Award for the company’s “dedication to eco-conscious practices, commitment to environmental stewardship and contribution to climate action within the automotive recycling industry”.

Allen Prebble, managing director at Silverlake Automotive Recycling, said:

“We are over the moon to have won these awards. The recognition is hugely rewarding for the whole team, who I would like to thank for their unswerving commitment to our sustainability vision and strategy. Automotive recycling is increasingly being recognised for the environmental benefits it delivers and we are so proud to be helping to fly that flag and raise awareness for our industry.”

Silverlake wins awards - Paul Fleming, Depollution Manager, Silverlake Automotive RecyclingAs part of its sustainability strategy, Silverlake is committed to zero waste to landfill by 2030 and SBTi targets to reduce its carbon emissions by 42% in the same time scale. The company is accredited to ISO 14001 Environment Management System and its Environment Policy is under continual management review, focused on minimising carbon emissions together with any other harmful or wasteful practices.