Date: 15th March 2019 at 3:53pm
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Saturday’s clash with relegation-threatened Huddersfield is no longer just a three-points on the board scenario for West Ham, as the club have announced that we are joining Sky Ocean Rescue’s Pass on Plastic campaign.

The initiative will start on a trial basis at the weekend in conjunction with the Premier League, and will see all draught beer served at the London Stadium poured into reusable plastic cups.

Each cup can then be deposited into dedicated bins, or left for a member of the ‘Cup Collection Squad’ to clear away, so that they can be professionally cleaned before returning for later use.

Altogether, there will be 100 green cup collection pots dotted around the ground on Saturday, which breaks down to at least one per block.

All data collected from the trial will be gathered for assessment at the end of the season, when the parties involved will decide whether the initiative should continue into the following campaign.

When the official club Twitter account announced that we are the latest side to join Sky Ocean Rescue’s mission, here’s what the fanbase had to say…