Premier's Sustainability Award Winners

Assembled Threads is excited to announce that we have won the Premier’s Recognition Award, and the Community Champion Award in the Healthy and Fair Society category at the 2023 Premier’s Sustainability Awards.

This award recognises our achievements producing a range of hi-vis vests, completely sourced from recycled materials, while creating meaningful and purposeful employment and training for CALD communities.

The 2023 award winners were revealed at an awards ceremony hosted by broadcaster, columnist and author Alice Zaslavsky on Thursday 23 November.

Premier Jacinta Allen personally chose the recipients of the two top honours of the night: he Premier’s Regional Recognition Award and the award we are thrilled to have received, The Premier’s Recognition Award.

The Premier’s Regional Recognition Award went to Geelong Sustainability’s Climate Safe Rooms for its work helping regional Victorians with health vulnerabilities to transition to more climate-resilient homes.

The awards, now in their 21st year, recognise Victorians leading the way towards a sustainable future. They are delivered by Sustainability Victoria on behalf of the Victorian Government. 

To read about this year’s finalists and winners, visit

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