London - Awards

Veolia London is extremely proud of our track record for innovative and reliable services

The awards below display recognition of our commitment to our customers.


  • 3 x International Green Apple Awards for Environmental Best Practice 2019
  • London in Bloom - 5 x Gold, 2 x Silver, 2 x Silver Gilt Awards
  • London in Bloom Small Conservation Area of the Year (Roe Green Walled Garden)
  • London in Bloom Cemetery of the Year (Alperton Cemetery)



  • The Decentralised Energy Awards - Industrial Awards Winner (combined heat and power)
  • Keep Britain Tidy - Waste Performance of the Year Award



  • BITC Responsible Business Award reaccreditation
  • Green Flags awarded in 2017 to 14 parks in Richmond; 11 parks in Watford, 9 Green Flags to parks in Lambeth and a Green Flag awarded to Regents Park
  • Platinum rating in the Business in the Community Corporate Responsibility Index
  • Best Local Authority Partnership with Croydon Council in Organics Recycling Awards
  • FORS (Freight Operator Recognition Scheme) Gold Certificate
  • FORS (Freight Operator Recognition Scheme) Silver Certificate
  • FORS (Freight Operator Recognition Scheme) Bronze Certificate



  • BITC Sustainable Products and Services Award 2015 - The award was presented to Veolia for reducing dependency on natural resources for itself and its customers by manufacturing products and green energy using waste, wastewater and wasted heat
  • Investors in People – retained the IIP Gold Award for our Municipal business for best practice in people management, people development and improved leadership



  • Westminster recycling crew - Collection Crew of the Year at the 2012 Awards for Excellence



  • Richmond Silver Gilt Award in London in Bloom Awards 2011
  • Clapham Common 'Best Common in London' in London in Bloom Awards 



  • Tower Hamlets street sweeper Special Award from Queen Mary University in 2009
  • Lambeth won 'Best Workplace Cycling Initiative' awarded by London Cycling Campaign in 2009 for its awareness campaign for cyclists and HGV drivers