Latics confirm partnership with Biffa, who will become the official waste management partner of the club, across the DW Stadium, Christopher Park and Euxton Training Centre.
- Wigan Athletic confirm Biffa as new official waste management partner
- Biffa to manage all waste management from the DW Stadium, Euxton Training Centre and Christopher Park
- Jonty Castle, Wigan Athletic Head of Business Development and Customer Experience: “Biffa are a prominent brand within the UK market, and partnering with a company of this size is an exciting prospect for Wigan Athletic”
Wigan Athletic are delighted to announce Biffa as the latest firm to become an official club partner.
The partnership will see Biffa become the clubs Official Waste Management partner of Wigan Athletic and the DW Stadium, with Biffa branding to feature prominently within the DW Stadium and in the official matchday programme.
Biffa, a market leader within the waste management industry, will manage the waste requirements of Wigan Athletic across all three of our sites including the DW Stadium and our two training grounds, at Euxton and Christopher Park.
Wigan Athletic and the DW Stadium will be working in conjunction with Biffa, taking advantage of the full range of services they provide including general waste management, food waste management and dry waste recycling.
Speaking on the partnership, Jonty Castle, Wigan Athletic’s Head of Business Development and Customer Experience, said “We are delighted to welcome Biffa as an official club partner and look forward to working closely with them over the coming season.
“Biffa are a prominent brand within the UK market, and partnering with a company of this size is an exciting prospect for Wigan Athletic”
Nick Ruston, Regional General Manager (North West) at Biffa, added: “We are absolutely delighted to be the official waste management partner of Wigan Athletic FC.
“We look forward to working with the club and supporters to educate and encourage everyone to recycle more both at the matches and also within the broader community. Wigan Athletic have shown a real interest in recycling and we are certain that our partnership will benefit both the club and fans as we work together over the season.”