After its success at last year’s ‘Noise Oscars’ ceremony, Salamander Pumps was delighted to return as a sponsor for the Quiet Mark campaign award at this year’s prestigious Noise Abatement Society John Connell Awards.
Salamander is pleased to congratulate Vaillant Boilers as recipients of its sponsored award, presented by Sonia Phippard (DEFRA).
Salamander Pumps was previously awarded the Quiet Mark Award of Distinction at the awards ceremony in 2017 for its outstanding commitment in pioneering new noise reduction solutions in the industry, which saw Salamander slash its noise levels of its new range of shower pumps by 15%.
The ceremony took place on October 24th at the at the Palace of Westminster, the awards are in recognition of local authorities, industry, individuals and organisations who are judged to have been outstanding in their efforts to both reduce the impact of noise nuisance, and to seek to pioneer practical and innovative solutions to noise pollution.
Now in their 17th year, the awards have seen over 200 recipients honoured for the significant impact they have made to improve the aural environment, including John Lewis, Virgin Atlantic and Lexus with Vaillant boilers now adding its name to the list.
Gareth Richards, technical director at Salamander Pumps, said: “We’re thrilled to be a sponsor at this year’s John Connell Awards. The awards are a great platform to showcase the work that individuals and organisations are doing to reduce noise pollution, and we are really pleased to see another brand from the industry recognised. Congratulations to Vaillant.”
Gloria Elliott, Noise Abatement Society Chief Executive, said: “NAS salutes Vaillant for its skilled use of the Quiet Mark within its TV advertisement to convey the positive health message to millions of viewers.”