Johannesburg – In an ongoing effort to GO GREEN, the iconic Imperial Wanderers Stadium is delighted to confirm another key deliverable – that of bio-degradable stadium food packaging come 20 March 2022: The 10th Betway Pinkday ODI match between the Proteas and Bangladesh.

With the emphasis for food vendors already placed on food quality, variety, speed of service, hygiene, and presentation, one can now add the bio-degradable packing as an added bonus.

Lions Cricket Head of Commercial, Communications and Marketing, Wanele Mngomezulu says that many more projects are in the pipeline and gaining momentum.

“Our go-green project started with the water conservation programme and Solar Saver energy. Add to that, our bio-degradable packaging and we’re proud to say that we’re ticking off our project goals bit by bit. We continue to invest and refine our strategies, plans and practices across our entire value chain to create an inclusive sustainable and eco-friendly environment”.

Society increasingly expects organisations to participate in a circular economy that limits environmental and climate change impacts and uses resources efficiently to minimise waste.

“Our approach is on adopting the highest environmental standards in all areas of our operations, by meeting and exceeding all relevant legislative requirements and assessing our organisational activities and identifying areas where we can minimise our impacts. We continue to research new and emerging technologies related to energy, water and waste efficiencies.”

Mngomezulu concludes by saying:

“There is still significant scope for improvement in our environmental performance and this will continue to be a focus going forward.”

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