Part 2 of Play Ball, Recycle, and Compost presents some examples of sustainability in the big leagues. To advance their commitments to sustainability, several Major League ballparks have implemented organics composting.
Its baseball season! Capturing recyclable materials from sports fans has become fairly universal; collecting food scraps however, is a definite challenge.
At a webinar hosted by NERC earlier this year, it was revealed that according to the most recent statistics, 85% of textiles generated each year—the equivalent of 70 pounds per person—is discarded annually. At an average cost of $96 per ton, that adds up to a costly loss of resources.
It's spring! Time to think about composting and lawn care!