Vote now for this year’s Resource Hot 100
Who is the biggest star of the waste and resources industry? Who are the circular-economy celebs that have been stealing the show and deserve to see their names up in lights?
Voting for Resource’s Hot 100 is now open, giving all the fans out there the chance to have their say in who gets the sector’s ultimate award!
Last year, it was celebrity chef and waste campaigner Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall that topped the chart, after his Hugh’s War on Waste BBC series brought issues of supermarket supply chain food waste as well as poor household recycling practices to national attention.
This year, with another episode initiating a national discussion on disposable coffee cup waste added to his CV, will Hugh be voted to the number one spot again?
With the industry facing up to Brexit, continuing the food waste battle, addressing the proliferation of ocean plastic, and continuing to innovate throughout the waste and recycling process, there will definitely be a wide variety of names vying for this year’s top spot.
How to vote
For this year’s competition, we’ve created a brand new website, with profiles of every nominee so you can find out more information about them and more easily share the profiles of candidates you feel worthy of the Hot 100 accolade on social media!
The process for voting couldn’t be easier.
Simply visit hot100.resource.co and click ‘Get started’ to see a list of nominees. Can’t see the person you want to vote for? Click on ‘nominate someone new’ to get them in the race.
Once you’ve found the person/people you want to vote for, just click on their image to get through to their profile, where you can vote at the click of a button.
Then, let the industry know who you’re backing using the share buttons, and keep up with the Hot 100 conversation on social media, using the #ResourceHot100 hashtag on Twitter.
When you’ve voted, you can also register to receive a free copy of the Winter 2017 issue of Resource, featuring the final Hot 100 list alongside a wealth of fascinating features.
Voting will continue until mid-January, when the votes will be counted ready for the winner to be announced at the Kit Strange Memorial Lecture in February.
So get voting and have a say in the most important public vote of 2016!
Vote now at hot100.resource.co.