Green Apple Award won by Legasea for Environmental Best Practice

Green Apple Award Won by Legasea for Environmental Best Practice

Legasea, based in Aberdeenshire, has won a Scottish Green Apple Environment Award in the campaign toGreen Apple Award won by Legasea for Environmental Best Practice find the greenest companies, councils, and communities. They have won their award for environmental best practice in relation to their Subsea Circular Economy services.

Legasea competed against more than 200 other nominations in the Scottish Green Apple Awards for Environmental Best Practice, and they will be presented with their trophy and certificate at a presentation ceremony planned for May 2021, subject to current restrictions being lifted.

Lewis Sim, Legasea Managing Director said:

“Receiving this Green Apple Environment Award is testament to the team’s determination to ensure that the subsea sector has a sustainable future. We are incredibly grateful to the Green Organisation, and all our clients and supply chain, for supporting our message; without their backing we wouldn’t have been recognized in this most fantastic way.”

The Green Apple Awards began in 1994 and have become established as the country’s major recognition for environmental endeavor among companies, councils and communities.

The awards are organized by The Green Organisation – an international, independent, non-political, non-profit environmental group dedicated to recognizing, rewarding and promoting environmental best practice around the world.

The Green Apple Awards are supported by the Environment Agency, the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, the Chartered Institution for Wastes Management and other independent bodies.

Green Apple Award won by Legasea for Environmental Best Practice

About Legasea

Legasea is dedicated to making the oil and gas industry more environmentally friendly and sustainable.

Offering an alternative route for recovered subsea production systems, or excess inventory, Legasea takes liability and ownership for decommissioned subsea equipment, making it safe, clean and disassembling it to its component parts.

Reusable parts are then used to fulfill the demand for urgent spares when crucial production is at risk during routine preventative maintenance or when a failure is encountered subsea.

To find out more about Legasea, please visit:

Headline photo from left: Ray Milne, Operations Director; Lewis Sim, Managing Director

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