The global tech-led provider of circular economy-focused services have been affiliated with the club for more than 25 years and Reconomy Group will continue to build on the work it is already doing with the club to create a more sustainable environment both on matchdays and within the wider business.
During the partnership Reconomy have introduced a range of recycling services and an ecommerce returns capability delivered by ReBound. Now, Reconomy Group will support Wolves’ ambition to be industry leaders in environmental sustainability, assisting in the delivery of the club-wide strategy, which is being developed with Football For Future.
Reconomy Group will also be sponsoring Wolves Women shirts across the 2022/23 campaign, as they look to build on an incredibly successful National League Northern Premier Division campaign under Dan McNamara.
During an exciting time for women’s football, as the Lionesses celebrate becoming European champions, Reconomy Group are showing their support by backing McNamara’s side.
Steve Sutton, facilities, safety & security director at Wolves, said: “We are delighted to be enhancing our long-standing relationship with Reconomy Group. Their expertise and innovation will be invaluable in helping to deliver our sustainability strategy and improving our environmental performance.”
Reconomy Group CEO Paul Cox said: “Sustainability and the growth of the women’s game are two of the most exciting aspects of football both in the UK and globally, especially following the fantastic achievements of England’s Lionesses this summer. The desire to lessen our impact on the planet is being driven by fans and Wolves are clearly committed to creating a more sustainable model and achieving net zero status.
“Reconomy Group’s expertise, values and global capability throughout the circular economy can help them to achieve this goal. Both Wolves’ men’s and women’s teams have exciting seasons ahead and we wish them well as they approach the start of their new campaigns.”