Bakers Waste Announced As LCFC's Official Waste Partner
- Leicester City Football Club announces Bakers Waste as its Official Waste Partner
- The waste management company has worked with the Club for the past ten years
- They’ve pledged to support Leicester City and the Premier League with their ‘Pass on Plastic’ campaign
The waste management company has worked with the Club for the past ten years and hopes to assist in challenging current practice to improve recycling at both King Power Stadium and the training ground, by becoming an official partner.
Leicester City Football Club is already working with the Premier League as part of the ‘Pass on Plastic’ campaign, designed to encourage Premier League clubs to reduce single-use plastics.
Bakers Waste have committed to supporting the campaign, as well as creating an Environmental Plan that will see them work with the Club towards achieving the coveted ISO 14001 Environmental Standard.
Operations Director at Leicester City Football Club, Kevin Barclay, said: “We are thrilled to announce Bakers Waste as our new Official Waste Partner. It’s one of a number of steps the Club is taking to improve its waste processes in order to help protect the environment. Leicester City Football Club is committed to recycling and reducing the amount of plastic it uses – aims which this partnership will only enhance.”
Bakers Waste Managing Director, Paul Baker, said:“To help reduce the environmental impact of such a large and high-profile venue, is an exciting challenge and one Bakers Waster are keen to take up. We have enjoyed a great working relationship with the staff at LCFC over the past ten years and are looking forward to working closer together in the future.
“As a waste management company, we are keen to help educate the general public and encourage consideration of the environment. Working with such a high-profile partner is an ideal way for us to get our message across to a larger audience.”
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