By: Trude B-J Margel

On July 11th, Cinderella received the coveted Good Design Award in two categories at the 2019 Good Design Awards Ceremony held at The Star in Sydney, Australia. On hand to receive the Good Design Awards in front of a festive clad audience of over 1000 were Cinderella Eco Group’s Australian team. The Good Design Awards jury presented Cinderella Incineration Toilets with awards in Best Engineering Design and Best Product Design, Home and Building.

Awarding Good Design since 1958
Good Design Australia is an international design promotion organization responsible for managing Australia’s annual Good Design Awards and other signature design events. Dating back to 1958, the organization is “committed to promoting the importance of design to business, industry, government and the general public and the critical role it plays in creating a better, safer and more prosperous world as the key to increasing social well-being and prosperity through empathy and insight, “ according to the Good Design Awards background information.

Good Design trophies

“Congratulations to Cinderella Eco Group”, writes General Manager Rachel Wye of Good Design Australia upon announcing the awards, “this is a significant achievement and one you should be very proud of considering the very high caliber of submissions received this year across the 10 main design disciplines and 28 sub-categories.”

Winning Good Design Awards in two categories, Best Engineering Design and Best Product Design, Home and Building, is an honor that places Cinderella Eco Group among the leading providers of sustainably designed products and services on the Australian market, among key drivers of innovation, economic growth, export and productivity and an essential link between creativity, innovation and commercial success.

“We are absolutely thrilled about winning this award among so many wonderful contenders,” says Gunhild Sjøvik, Group CEO of Cinderella Eco Group in Norway. “To be recognized in this way, means a great deal to us in our work to provide alternative sanitation to Australia. We launched on the Australian market in 2018 and this is a wonderful lift for the awareness of our products. We have a great team in place in Australia who have already made an impression on the public and our newest consumers, looking for sanitary solutions that provide comfort and sustainability without the use of water or harmful chemicals.”

Made for Australia
“Cinderella’s incineration technology represents an innovative, waterless waste-handling process that has met global attention from areas of the world totally lacking in sewage systems and where water is a threatened resource, to the leisure home owner looking to find comfortable, hygienic solutions for isolated areas close to nature without leaving any ecological footprint,” explains Anette and Darren Helleren, Cinderella’s dealer at Scandinavian Eco Solution Pty Ltd., in Victoria. ”The Cinderella Incineration Toilet is ideal for the Australian market and we’re very excited that they have won this prestigious award.”

Cinderella Eco Group's dealers at Scandinavian Eco Solution Pty Ltd., in Victoria, Anette and Darren Helleren at the Good Design Awards ceremony

“We are presenting the Cinderella Incineration Toilet in many arenas,” Mr Trent Bichel of AKT Mobile Systems, Cinderella’s dealer in Queensland confirms “There is a large potential for use in the site welfare industry where hundreds of buildings are being built in areas without sewage and where this is currently being transported by road. “

“The Cinderella Incineration Toilet is experiencing a wonderful reception in the Australian market,” Mr. Peter G. Hocking, general manager at the head office of Cinderella Eco Australia Pty Ltd in Sydney agrees, “We look forward to sharing the knowledge and expertise from Cinderella’s 20 years of experience in the Nordic region, Europe and Canada in delighting Australian consumers and making a significant difference to people’s lives. The fact that Cinderella Incineration Toilets is honored with the Good Design Awards in not one, but two categories, confirms the value and potential for the Australian market.”

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