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Recycling - use the right bin

The Club is dedicated to minimising the environmental impacts of all our activities.

You can help us ensure all waste is recycled by simply choosing the right bin when you dispose of your rubbish.

Throughout the concourses, you will find two different bins at each location – one is for General Waste, the other for Dry Mixed Recycling.

The only waste items that should be placed in the Dry Mixed Recycling bins are as follows:

  • Empty plastic and glass bottles
  • Empty cans
  • Paper
  • Small cardboard

These items should not contain any left-over food or liquids if being placed into the Dry Mixed Recycling bin.

All other waste, such as left-over food, should be placed in the General Waste bin – this is crucial for the following reason:

After matches, the Dry Mixed Recycling bins are taken to a nearby Material Recovery Facility in Edmonton where the waste is separated to produce quality, single-stream materials that are then baled and sent to the most sustainable companies for re-processing.

However, if we contaminate our Dry Mixed Recycling bins with General Waste, it makes this sorting and repurposing process impossible.

Therefore, by using the right bin, you will be making the new stadium a more sustainable venue by aiding recycling.

To ensure we make this process as simple as possible, we shall have staff on hand nearby the bins to help you use the right ones

Single-use plastics

We are leading the way in exploring ways to ensure that products we use do not end their life with us as part of our commitment to reducing our single-use plastic footprint across Club operations.

We have sought to source more environmentally sustainable alternatives to single-use plastic and will continue to do so as part of our commitment to phasing out single-use plastics from our operations. Any new contracts which come up for tender will also include a requirement to cut single-use plastics.

As such, we shall not be stocking plastic straws, stirrers or cutlery from day one at the stadium across all concourse areas, nor will they be wrapped in any plastic disposable packaging. We shall instead be using wooden stirrers and cutlery, and paper straws. In addition, no single-use plastics will be used to serve food inside our premium areas.

All our One Hotspur Members will have received a Bag for Life as part of their Membership packs. The see-through Club-branded Bag for Life meets our Bag Policy, meaning fans can bring their bag along on matchdays to carry all of their belongings and in-store purchases.

Stadium visitors that are not part of our Membership scheme will be able to purchase a multi-use, reusable drawstring bag from one of our retails outlets at a cost of £1.