2017 GEC Catalyst Awards Finalists Announced
The Green Electronics Council (GEC) is proud to announce the ten 2017 GEC Catalyst Awards Finalists in supply chain innovation for sustainability. The diversity of the Finalists’ projects underscores the importance of supply chain sustainability to organizations regardless of their size, sector or geographic location.
Please join GEC in congratulating the 2017 GEC Catalyst Award Finalists:
- China United Environmental Certification Center
- Cisco Systems
- Good World Solutions / Laborlink and Vodafone (Joint Nomination)
- Kaiser Permanente
- LG Electronics
- Pacific Gas and Electric
- Sourcemap Inc.
- Toxnot PBC
- Umicore Rechargeable Battery Materials
- Xerox Corporation
The 2017 Catalyst Awards winners will be announced on June 8, 2017 during the Consumer Technology Association premier event, CES Asia, taking place in Shanghai, China. From the Finalists, one winner will be selected for each of the two award categories: “Catalyzing Impact at Scale” and “Catalyzing Disruptive Innovation.”
Members of the 2017 GEC Catalyst Awards independent Judging Committee are leaders in technology innovation and supply chain and include Walter Alcorn, Vice President, Environmental Affairs and Industry Sustainability at the Consumer Technology Association; Michael Massetti, Executive Partner, Supply Chain at Gartner; Karen Pollard, Environmental Protection Specialist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Steve Rochlin, Americas Co-Manager at the Global E-Sustainability Initiative; Joel Sutherland, President of Envoy Inc.; and Matthew Swibel, Director, Corporate Sustainability at Lockheed Martin Corporation.
Information about the Finalist projects and the bios for the independent Judging Committee can be found on this page.