Quayclean lands four New South Wales stadium contracts

Quayclean Australia has been awarded the cleaning and presentation contract by Venues NSW for Accor Stadium at Homebush, CommBank Stadium in Parramatta, and WIN Stadium and Entertainment Centre in Wollongong.

The 83,500-capacity Accor Stadium hosted the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games and is the home to Australia’s biggest events, including the NRL and NRLW Grand Finals, State of Origin, Bledisloe Cup, Socceroos and Matildas football internationals, and major concerts such as the recent Taylor Swift extravaganza. It is also the home ground to the South Sydney and Canterbury-Bankstown NRL and NRLW teams.

The boutique CommBank Stadium is the 30,000 all-seated home ground of the Parramatta Eels NRL and NRLW teams and the Western Sydney Wanderers A-League Men’s and Women’s sides.

The 22,000-capacity WIN Stadium is home to the St George Illawarra Dragons NRL and NRLW teams and the Wollongong Wolves NSW Premier League football club. The WIN Entertainment Centre is the home court of the NBL team, Illawarra Hawks.

Quayclean CEO Mark Piwkowski said the company was honoured to be working with the four sporting and entertainment precincts to ensure attendees enjoyed the best in-venue experience from the moment they passed through the turnstiles.

“The spectator experience commences from the moment they enter a facility,” Piwkowski said. “We believe the quality of work performed by our teams, together with their dedicated work ethic and commitment, will provide a superior service for the hundreds of thousands of fans who will attend events at these four venues each year.”

Piwkowski said Quayclean would target an 85 percent recycling rate at all four stadiums.

“We will work in partnership with each venue manager and their stakeholders to set new benchmarks for environmental and sustainability standards by adopting the three Rs – reduce, reuse, and recycle,” he said.

“Quayclean will deliver and implement a stakeholder recycling plan for property, catering, grounds, and food-related activities. This plan will focus on stakeholder education, engagement, and reporting.

 “There will be a heavy emphasis on eliminating contamination with a particular focus on organic matter, and we want to have a 100% elimination of non-cyclable materials such as single-use plastics,” he added.

Venues NSW general manager, safety, security and facilities, Johnny Naofal said: “Quayclean’s commitment to providing an increasingly sustainable service is important to Venues NSW, the NSW Government, and those who play and perform at our venues, and most importantly, the people who fill the stands to watch.”

Quayclean is also contracted to the SCG, Allianz Stadium and Newcastle’s McDonald Jones Stadium in NSW. It also has additional agreements with the MCG, Marvel Stadium, Optus Stadium, Adelaide Oval and the Gabba.

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