Spectrum was delighted to have been chosen as the cleaning and waste management services provider for the European Golf Team Championships during the 7th – 12th August 2018 at Gleneagles. The event was part of the multi-sport Glasgow 2018 European Championships programme, which Spectrum provided services for across a variety of venues throughout Glasgow to ensure the Championships were clean and safe for everyone to enjoy.
Gleneagles provides world class golfing facilities including the PGA National Golf Academy and 3 championship courses which hosted 3 medal events, 5 competition days and 64 golfers across the duration of the event.
The 2018 European Golf Team Championships was a very special event for golf fans set in the beautiful surroundings of the iconic Gleneagles PGA Centenary Course within the Perth and Kinross area. The event involved competitions for women and men as well as a new mixed event, making golfing history as Scotland reinforces its name as the international home of the sport. Millions watched the Championships and memorable highlights were created at one of the most prestigious golfing locations in the world. Spectrum’s involvement was therefore imperative as Gleneagles was showcased to the world at its very best.
Our involvement in the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles and numerous other golfing events meant we were ready to help stage another one of the world’s largest golfing events of 2018. We fulfilled a similar role at this event 4 years ago, and it was fantastic to be welcomed back to provide cleaning and waste management services for yet another large-scale event. Our values of sustainability and corporate responsibility align perfectly with Gleneagles own, making Spectrum a clear choice for the European Championships event.
Preparations are underway for Spectrum’s extensive involvement in the Glasgow 2018 European Championships.