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Marylebone Cricket Club taps Re:Water

June 01 2023 - News Release News Editorial

Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has partnered with Re:Water and brought the company in as its official water supplier.

Marylebone Cricket Club taps Re:Water

The partnership will help the MCC to work towards its sustainability goals with Re:Water also being served at cricket ground Lord’s. 

Re:Water is a company that provides spring water in a bottle made from 100% recycled aluminium. Water is bottled at the source in Herefordshire, with the bottle able to be refilled, reused and recycled after use. 

Both the MCC and Lord’s will be able to create branded water bottles, inspiring cricket fans to be more sustainable. The water will be on sale across the venue ahead of this summer’s busy schedule including the men’s and women’s Ashes. 

Re:Water Co-Founder Matt Crocker said: “As a brand focused on sustainability we are thrilled to be partnering with Lord’s to aid their ambitious environmental goals.  Their Members and visitors will be able to refill our bottles across the venue to enjoy during matches and on their journey home – eliminating thousands of single use containers every match day.”

"We believe that Re:Water aligns with our values and will not only reduce overall waste but contribute towards MCC's commitment to being a net zero carbon club.” MCC Commercial Director Andy Muggleton

MCC Commercial Director Andy Muggleton added: “At MCC, we are taking sustainability seriously, and we believe this new and exciting partnership with Re:Water signals our intent. No waste has been sent to landfill from Lord’s since 2010, and no single-use plastic water bottles will now be sold at Lord’s, with Re:Water providing a reusable and sustainable alternative to take advantage of the 30 water refill stations across the Ground.

“Lord’s is the Home of Cricket, and we are responsible for future-proofing for generations to come. We believe that Re:Water aligns with our values and will not only reduce overall waste but contribute towards MCC’s commitment to being a net zero carbon club.”

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