CleanEvent Services supports Southampton FC

January 8, 2020

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We are delighted to announce that we have agreed a three plus two year cleaning services contract with Southampton FC.

 
The agreement covers a wide range of cleaning and support services at St. Mary’s Stadium and was awarded following a successful one year contract covering football matches and other stadium activities, including concerts and events. CleanEvent Services is closely involved in Sustainable Saints, the club’s green initiative, which includes waste recycling, phasing out single-use plastics and the introduction of re-usable cups.

 
Tomas Gronager, CEO, CleanEvent Services commented: “Maintaining the stadium facilities in the cleanest condition helps to ensure the best experience for fans and visitors. We are delighted to be supporting Southampton FC’s programme to become a leading sustainable football club, reducing impact on the environment.”

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