Scottish Rugby: championing Team Scotland in sport and business
Fans across Scotland are getting ready for kick-off on Sunday, 22 September, when Scotland takes to the pitch in Yokohama for the Rugby World Cup 2019.
Castle Water is among those throwing their support behind Scottish rugby and Team Scotland, as well as championing the wider success of Scottish business by encouraging greater water efficiency and economic sustainability.
Saving resources is high on the agenda for World Rugby this year, with its pledges including video conferencing facilities to reduce travel; reducing, reusing and recycling waste materials wherever possible, from clothing to equipment; plus an energy-efficient workplace with smart lighting, water, printing, heating systems and recycling stations.
And Castle Water, the UK’s largest independent water retailer which serves more than 564,000 supply points nationally, for customers including stadia and sporting facilities, is no stranger to taking an environmentally friendly approach.
The company puts sustainability at the forefront, including working closely with businesses, charities and public sector organisations as well as sustainable events to help reduce waste, meet environmental commitments and cut costs.
"This is about championing Team Scotland – in sport, in business, and as an economy," says Castle Water CEO, John Reynolds OBE.