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Stadium Support Service partners with BASIS to advance sustainable practices within the sports industry

The national provider of facilities management, commercial cleaning and rope access services has entered a 12 Principles Partnership with the British Association For Sustainable Sport (BASIS) to advance sustainable practices within sports and entertainment venues.

The collaboration signals the company’s commitment to being part of a forward-thinking and environmentally conscious network. By teaming up with BASIS, an organisation dedicated to “educate, engage and empower sport in the UK to become world-leading in sustainability,” Stadium Support Services says it aims to “fortify its knowledge base and better serve its clients”.

As a member of BASIS, Stadium Support Services joins a dynamic community of industry leaders and partners who are at the forefront of sustainable sports initiatives.

Dermot Reid, Head of Sustainability at Stadium Support Services, explains the strategic importance of the partnership, positioning it as a cornerstone of the company’s sustainability objectives. In collaboration with Managing Director, Scott Hudson, the decision to forge ties with BASIS was a key priority in the comprehensive sustainability plan outlined during the company’s strategic planning phase.

Redi said: “As subject matter experts within the facilities field, our clients trust us to push the envelope in carbon reduction options, paralleling the way they rely on us for cost and time-efficient solutions. The partnership with BASIS is a strategic move to position Stadium Support Services as a leading advocate for accessible and impactful sustainable solutions. This collaboration amplifies the company’s commitment to aiding clients in achieving their green objectives.

Reducing our environmental footprint, alongside that of our clients, is a tangible way we believe we can make a difference. This partnership with BASIS amplifies our dedication to sustainable practices.”

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