Environmental Protection Reveals 2023 New Product of the Year Winners
Eleven companies were selected as winners for their product achievements.
- By Robert Yaniz Jr.
- Nov 30, 2023
Environmental Protection has announced the winners of its 2023 New Product of the Year Awards. For 14 years, these awards have recognized some of the most innovative and impactful products contributing to environmental conservation and sustainability across industries.
This year, 11 companies were recognized across multiple categories for their achievements in making environmental professionals’ work easier, more efficient and more productive. Winners were selected based on their potential to make significant environmental impacts. For the full list of winners, visit the webpage on Environmental Protection.
“Knowing that today’s companies need to keep on top of new technologies and solutions to help them contend with environmental challenges, we were very happy to get the entries that we did,” said David Kopf, publisher and executive editor of Environmental Protection. “We saw entries spanning a wide array of categories, from cleanup and containment products to safety and health products.”
Sustainable Safety/Health Products, New Technology – Industry, and Safety Equipment and Occupational Health were among the most competitive categories, Kopf noted.
“The fact that we had multiple entries competing in the Safety Equipment and Occupational Health category really underscores the link between environmental health and health in the workplace,” Kopf said. “I hope that continues to be a priority for businesses and public entities that must care for their workers.”
Environmental Protection’s New Product of the Year Awards spotlights products that benefit the environment while setting new benchmarks in their respective industries. In addition to being recognized online at www.eponline.com, winners will receive trophies. Information on the 2024 Environmental Protection New Product of the Year Awards will be available in the summer.
Robert Yaniz Jr. is the Content Editor for Environmental Protection.