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KMK Metals Recycling announced as new sponsors of Tullamore Senior Ladies Football

   Tue, 15th Sep, 2020

Having sealed its place in the county football final for the second year in a row, Tullamore Senior Ladies Football team has secured new sponsorship from Ireland’s leading metals and electronics recycling company, KMK Metals Recycling, which has its headquarters in the town’s Cappincur Industrial Estate.

New jerseys bearing the company’s logo will be worn for the first time at the county final, which will be held on Saturday, September 19th, at Tubber GAA grounds at 1pm. Tullamore will take on Naomh Ciarain in a repeat of last year’s final, where they were defeated. The victors subsequently went on to be crowned Offaly, Leinster and All- Ireland club champions for 2019.

On their journey to the final, Tullamore defeated Edenderry in the semi-final, and also convincingly saw off challenges from Rhode, Naomh Molaise and Edenderry in the early rounds.

Nora Kavanagh, Chairperson of Tullamore Senior Ladies Football team, said: “In a year when many sports clubs have struggled to find the necessary funds to keep clubs and teams together, we are delighted to announce that  KMK Metals Recycling has come on board as a sponsor of the club. This new partnership recognises the importance of commitment to the local community, which both KMK Metals Recycling and Tullamore Ladies Football promote as one of their core values. We are indebted to KMK Metals Recycling for this generous offer and applaud their policy of supporting local organisations.”

Max Kyck, General Manager of KMK Metals Recycling, commented: “Supporting local teams and organisations is a big part of our corporate social responsibility programme and sponsoring Tullamore Ladies Football team was an easy decision. This strong Tullamore team has worked hard and deserves a place in the county final. Everyone at KMK Metals Recycling will be rooting for them on Saturday.”

KMK Metals Recycling Ltd. provides for the environmentally sound management of waste metal in all its forms and collects 75% of Ireland’s waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), bringing it to two state-of-the-art facilities in Tullamore, Co. Offaly and Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath where it is processed by a team of highly-qualified staff using the best available technology.

Waste appliances are broken down and segregated into single stream materials, ready for recycling and refining and ultimately reuse, following the circular economy model. Metals and plastic resources are safely packed and shipped to compliant dedicated facilities across Europe for further treatment.

KMK Metals Recycling employs over 110 staff across its operations, managing more than 48,000 tonnes of material and serving over 2500 sites including civic amenity sites, electrical retailers and Irish businesses.

The family-run company, led by father and son team, Kurt and Max Kyck has been in business for over 40 years.

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