Active Stirling receives national award from Keep Scotland Beautiful

Active Stirling presented with national environmental award

Keep Scotland Beautiful presents Silver accreditation to leading leisure trust

Environmental charity, Keep Scotland Beautiful, has today Friday 5 May 2017 accredited Active Stirling with Silver in the National Awards for Environmental Excellence. The award acknowledges Active Stirling’s commitment to improving environmental quality and they are the first leisure trust to receive a Silver Award in Scotland.

The accolade recognises the organisation’s achievements in improving waste management at The PEAK, Stirling Sports Village and its continued commitment to sustainability - from implementing environmental management systems, forging partnerships with the local community and regular training to ensure high levels of customer service.


The Environmental Excellence Award scheme is open to companies and organisations throughout Scotland and acts as a benchmark for corporate environmental performance. All entrants are assessed by the Keep Scotland Beautiful Local Environmental Quality Team and can be awarded Bronze, Silver or Gold level.

Andrew Bain, Chief Executive of Active Stirling, said:

“At Active Stirling we are delighted to have achieved this prestigious Silver Award from Keep Scotland Beautiful for The PEAK at Stirling Sports Village. This is a true recognition of our dedication to ensuring the complex is as sustainable as possible.

“As the first sport and physical activity provider in Scotland to be presented with this Silver award it demonstrates our genuine commitment to maintaining a clean, green and sustainable Stirling.”

Derek Robertson, Chief Executive of Keep Scotland Beautiful, said:

“Keep Scotland Beautiful is working closely with businesses and organisations across Scotland, helping them take direct action to address local environmental impact. The Environmental Excellence Awards provides an exciting opportunity to assess and reward their efforts.

“We are delighted with the achievements of Active Stirling. The organisation is the second sports trust in Scotland to receive the award and we hope that this sets the bar for many more across the country.”

Throughout Scotland, over 100 business locations, from shopping centres, leisure and cultural trusts to train stations and ports, have been audited for a National Award for Environmental Excellence. Further information on the awards, and how to enter, can be found at:

 Keep Scotland Beautiful is the charity that campaigns, acts and educates on a range of local, national and global environmental issues to change behaviour and improve the quality of people’s lives and the places they care for. We are committed to making Scotland clean, green and more sustainable. Further details at
Keep Scotland Beautiful is a registered Scottish charity. Number SC030332. Registered Company Number: SC206984.