Chepauk Stadium readies for MS Dhoni’s return TNCA ropes in Urbaser Sumeet for waste collection during IPL 2023

Chepauk Stadium: Urbaser Sumeet – Ahead of Chennai Super Kings’ first home match against Lucknow Super Giants in the Indian Premier League…

Chepauk Stadium: Urbaser Sumeet – Ahead of Chennai Super Kings’ first home match against Lucknow Super Giants in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in Chepauk Urbaser Sumeet will handle waste collection. Urbaser officials held talks with Tamil Nadu Cricket Association representatives to establish a ‘Green Protocol’ focusing on reducing and recycling waste from the seven home matches CSK will play in Chepauk. Private company Urbaser Sumeet, which operates in Zone 9 to 15 of Greater Chennai Corporation will be on duty at MA Chidambaram Stadium. Follow IPL 2023 Live Updates with InsideSport.IN.

“Our mindset is that roads and stands must be totally clean,” said Mahmood Sait, chief executive officer of the company. He said it was easier to spread the message of waste segregation and management to youth and mass gatherings.

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Chepauk Stadium focuses on Green initiative

This is not the first time Urbaser Sumeet will be in charge of handling waste during matches at Chepauk. During India Australia third ODI they ensured that the stadium and surroundings were clean “During the India-Australia match at the stadium recently, we ensured that the surrounding roads were clean, but this time we want to take it a step further”, said Mr. Sait.

Urbaser though wants to take one step further this time around and wants to establish Green Protocol.
“The protocol focuses on curtailing the use of plastic within the stadium and encouraging cloth flags and banners,” said V.R. Hari Balaji, Information Education, and Communication officer, Urbaser. A few stands would be covered in each match with 16 staff members and 36 bins on hand. Separate bins for dry and wet waste will be clearly marked.

According to Mr. Sait, 85% waste collected will go to Dalmia Cements Factory. TNCA are expected to make an announcement regarding the disposal of waste and screen information before every match. CSK will play LSG at Cheapuk on April 4, followed by other six games before May 21.

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