MIROGLIO TEXTILE WINS THE “OASIS ENVIRONMENT AWARD 2017″
The journalist Alessandro Cecchi Paone handed the award to Guido Mossio during the eco-sustainability’s event “Ecomondo”.
This year the prestigious Oasis magazine, which has been promoting the naturalistic culture for over 35 years in Italy, has awarded the “Oscars” of the environment to the Italian companies that have distinguished themselves for an innovative contribution in terms of environmental sustainability and social responsibility in carrying out its own production activity.
The award-winning stage for the ceremony was Ecomondo, the international exhibition on eco-sustainability, which runs from 7 to 10th November in Rimini, and collects the companies operating in the green chain.
On stage, editor-in-chief of Oasis magazine, journalist and conductor Alessandro Cecchi Paone, awarded the Oasis Ambiente Award 2017 to a series of important initiatives and projects.
Among the realities that won the award, Miroglio Textile, represented for the occasion by Guido Mossio, Quality & Innovation Director of the company, has played a prominent role. Miroglio Textile has been awarded the Water Cycle Assessment for “Strategic Vision and a Waste Management System Management System that can ensure a continuous improvement and a sustained contribution to sustainable development”.
Alongside Miroglio Textile, other excellent names of the industrial landscape including Lavazza, Bosch and Pininfarina. Even Carlo Petrini among the recipients of the award, for the constant commitment of Slow Food in the promotion of sustainable agriculture, and Amethyst, for some years engaged in the development of innovative wastewater treatment systems.
Environment Minister Gian Luca Galletti, sponsor of the event, stressed the importance of a proper approach to water resources, commenting on the initiative: “We need to tackle hydrogeological disruption, make our cities livable in times of increasing droughts, taking care of the management of our water network, focusing on sustainable mobility and public greening, rebuilding without occupying new ground, and making energy efficiency in our homes. Facing up to these problems means making a real service to the citizens and at the same time pushing our country towards growth.”