Worcester Bosch Environment Awards now open to gas engineers

Worcester Bosch has relaunched its Environment Awards with a new sustainability-focused criteria for heating engineers, as well as new-build and social housing organisations.

The Environment 2050 competition encourages gas engineers to work with customers to make environmentally friendly choices for their heating and hot water, keeping longevity and sustainability in mind for new installs.

The competition runs every year: gas engineers should submit a short statement about why they chose to install a particular product as well as supplying a photo of the installation.

There will 16 winners – four per season in four categories: boilers, heat pumps, solar, hybrids – who will each receive:

  • 18V cordless Bosch drill
  • £200 towards a charity of their choice
  • Framed certificate
  • Branded van stickers and marketing material
  • Local PR.

One overall winner will receive a further Bosch power bundle worth more than £500 and an FSC-certified oak engraved award.

As part of the competition, Worcester Bosch is working closely with Rewilding Britain, a charity that supports rewilding initiatives in rural and marine areas in the UK. For every entry received, the manufacturer will donate £5.

Victoria Billings, director of marketing at Worcester Bosch, says: “The Environment 2050 competition is a great way to recognise our professional customers for choosing to install products that are sustainable and built to last in homes across the UK. We look forward to hearing more about the work you are doing to protect our future. Good luck.”

You can enter here.

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