Bakers Waste partners with Northampton Saints rugby club


Plans to positively influence Northamptonshire’s environmental contributions are afoot. Northampton Saints’ recycling services will be reviewed on a regular basis as Bakers Waste looks forward to working closely with the club and its community.


The local Northampton based club will receive a fully comprehensive waste management and recycling solution which includes general waste, dry mixed recycling, food recycling, and glass recycling. This, along with on-going internal education and service development, guarantees an increase in recycling rates and a decrease in carbon footprint.


Bakers Waste Director, Paul Baker, said: “Everyone at Bakers Waste is thrilled to begin working on such a large high-profile sporting venue, which sits in the heart of Northampton’s community.


"The team and I are excited to reduce the environmental impact, establish innovative recycling methods and build a strong working relationship with the club.”


A perfect synergy, Bakers Waste, and Northampton Saints have both experienced a steady upward trajectory; shown through persistent growth, success, and innovation.


Northampton Saints is one of the oldest rugby clubs in England, first curated in 1880 by Revd Samuel Wathan Wigg and run out of the St James Church. Since then, the club has gone from strength to strength; winning a multitude of trophies including the English Premiership, European Rugby Champions Cup, European Challenge Cup and many more.


Despite so many achievements, the club has never lost sight of its roots, maintaining a community spirit throughout and now its latest development, ensuring it has a positive impact on the environment.


Bakers Waste is extremely proud to play its part in Northampton Saints’ continually growing plethora of rich history; beginning a new era in which together the organisations aim to create an environmental legacy for future generations.