Norwich City kick-off sustainable journey

It has pledged to becoming a more sustainable football club through the use of plastic-free items, renewable energy and EV charging points being installed at its stadium

Festival Net Zero 2021

Norwich City Football Club has become an official member of the British Association for Sustainable Sport (BASIS).

This follows its pledge to becoming a more sustainable organisation and its launching of a sustainability hub in March 2021.

It has committed to the supply of more than 100,000 entirely plastic-free items for use on matchdays at its stadium, Carrow Road, including pint cups for fans.

It has also implemented a compost heap for raw food and grass cutting at its training centre to reduce landfill waste.

The club has started a three-year programme to replace all the current lighting at Carrow Road with LEDs, as well as using 100% renewable energy to power both the stadium and training centre.

Electric vehicle (EV) charging points have been installed at its training centres, as well as a vegetable garden; used by the club’s chefs to prepare fresh and sustainable food for staff and players.

Norwich has also begun offsetting its carbon footprint, through tree-planting and other environmental schemes.

 

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