The trees were planted in San Klement Park in Żabbar as part of the Malta Engineering Excellence Award 2023 (MEEA), specifically under the Energy and Water Sustainability Award. The tree-planting initiative was attended by representatives from the Energy and Water Agency, the winner Crane Currency, and the two runners-up Baxter Malta and Teva Malta, along with members of the Chamber of Engineers and the Minister for the Environment, Energy and Regeneration of the Grand Harbour, Miriam Dalli.

Minister Miriam Dalli added that “It is of great satisfaction to see companies moving towards more innovative technologies to reduce their carbon footprint and become more efficient. These companies, along with others, are not only making a positive impact within their respective industries but also on our environment”.

Ing.Charles Buttigieg, Chief Policy Officer of the Energy and Water Agency, reiterated this sentiment, emphasizing the growing interest among companies in the Energy and Water Sustainability Award. He expressed anticipation in continuing to encourage companies to adopt innovative technologies and sustainable practices to reduce their carbon footprint and looks forward to new companies applying for the sustainability award this year.

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