Organisations from around Aberdeen have been commended for their efforts to help the environment.
A total of 52 submissions were made to the 2018 Eco-city Awards across 12 categories, recognising the efforts made by organisations including schools to community groups to become eco-friendlier.
Kittybrewster Primary School won the overall EcoCity award and Aberdeen Inspired won the Innovative Entry ward chosen by the judges.
The Best Newcomer award was received by Aberdeen Multicultural Centre.
Hanover Street School also walked away with accolade for Waste and Recycling Champion as Wood Recyclability won the Waste and Recycling Business award.
Aberdeen City Council operational delivery convener Councillor John Wheeler said: “Our community groups, schools and individuals around the city do a fantastic job of spreading the eco-friendly message and deserve to be congratulated for their hard work.
“Many congratulations to the winners and our thanks go to everyone who took part in the 2018 Eco-Awards with the encouragement to keep up the good work and keep spreading the eco-friendly message.”
A total of eight judges representing different teams from across the city council, external organisations and previous winners judged each of the 52 entrants.
Due to the level of submissions, several new categories were added to celebrate the activities undertaken by local people supporting business waste reduction and energy efficiency.
All participants were presented with a certificate to mark their achievements in helping to make the city more sustainable while winners received a certificate or cash and voucher prize.