Enviro-Stewards founder Awarded the John de Gonzague Memorial Pollution Prevention Visionary Award
Bruce Taylor, P.Eng. received the 2010 John de Gonzague Memorial Pollution Prevention Visionary Award. This is the highest award in Canada in the field of Pollution Prevention. The award recognizes Canadian environmental professionals who inspire and achieve excellence in advancing pollution prevention (which also incorporates toxics reduction, cleaner production, eco-efficiency, water conservation and energy conservation). The recipient will have had an outstanding impact on the vision and implementation of pollution prevention strategies, programs, projects and partnerships. The award was established in memory of John de Gonzague, a true pioneer in pollution prevention at Environment Canada’s National Office of Pollution Prevention. John was actively involved in the early work on defining what P2 is, creating tools that helped establish it as a key component of environmental protection, promoting P2 through other government departments and sharing Canada’s P2 experiences internationally.