NBA Goes Green

April 13, 2009 at 12:39 pm Leave a comment


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The NBA goes green. Learn how you can increase recycling at your local park so your court doesn't look like this one.

The NBA had a special green week last week.  Many teams focused on waste reduction and recycling.  This year the Milwaukee Bucks focused on reducing energy use.  According to the Buck’s go green website, the link between athletics and the environment is a strong one because most athletic events are held outdoors and it is important to preserve the environment.  If you are interested in learning more about public place recycling at your local park, visit Be SMART’s website to learn how to make a recycling program effective at a sporting event of your own.  For questions about recycling at local parks, contact your municipal office.


Entry filed under: In the News, Local Interest, Recycling.

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