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Brentford clean up with Ron Smith Recycling

Bees partner with family-run business who originated on Brentford Community Stadium Site

2 July 2021

Brentford Football Club is pleased to announce a new two-year partnership with Ron Smith Recycling Ltd.

Joining as the Club’s Official Waste Management Partner, Ron Smith Recycling is part of the Hutchins group based in West London and is an independent family-run waste management company owned by Ian Hutchins Snr and his two eldest sons Harry and Jack.

Ian and his sons are lifelong Bees fans who attended hundreds of games at Griffin Park. Ian Hutchins previously owned Chiswick Skips from 1989 through to 1999, which was located on the current Brentford Community Stadium Site. They then moved to Hounslow and purchased Ron Smith Recycling in 2001.

Ian ran the Chiswick Skips business with his brother Peter Hutchins who was also a big Bees fan but sadly passed away in April 2021, just a month before Brentford’s historic Play-Off Final victory.

Ron Smith Recycling is one of London’s leading waste management providers offering a first-class service to all customers. The wide variety of services they offer range from skips, grabs, rubbish clearance, metal recycling, aggregates, and wheelie bin services. The partnership will see them working with the Club to help continue growing their business.

James Parkinson, Commercial Director at Brentford Football Club, said: “Despite reaching the bright lights of the Premier League, Brentford will always be a community club. We are thrilled to partner with a local, family-run business and look forward to working with Ron Smith Recycling over the next two seasons.” 

Jack Hutchins, Director at Hutchins Group Ltd, added: “As Brentford fans we are very excited to have partnered with the Club and are looking forward to working with them to continue to grow our business. This is also a great tribute to dad’s brother Peter, who I’m sure would be proud to see us and the Club coming together.” 

Click here to find out more about Ron Smith Recycling.


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