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Redskins Recycle Promotion

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Redskins Recycle


The Redskins have instituted a recycling program at FedExField and Redskins Park to help educate fans and promote recycling in their facilities.

Recycling bins have been set up in high-traffic areas throughout the stadium, including parking lots, and at the team facility. Patrons and staff are encouraged to throw recyclables in these bins.

The Redskins aim to promote recycling and a clean, healthy environment throughout the greater Washington, D.C., community.

Redskins Go Green!

Did You Know...

  • The Redskins are the biggest recycler in the state of Maryland.
  • In 2009, the Redskins saved enough energy this year to provide electricity for over 1,000 households.
  • The Redskins reduced carbon emissions by 10,500 tons, which is equivalent to taking 1,300 cars off the road for an entire year.
  • The Redskins replaced many of our plastic plates and cups with environmentally friendly versions made entirely from plants.
  • The Redskins recycle 10 tons of waste per game!
  • Our paper recycling program saves over 1,300 gallons of oil and 10 cubic yards of landfill space each game and keeps over 450 cubic feet of waste out of landfills each year! It has also prevented over 560 trees from being cut down each year which will eliminate 13.5 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere.
  • The Redskins converted to using only 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper products in all of our restrooms.
  • The Redskins saved 100 million kilo-watt hours of energy over the past 10 years!
  • Recycling aluminum saves energy--the Redskins recycle enough aluminum every game to run a single TV for 24 hours a day for over 57 years!
  • The Redskins recycle annually 100 tons of waste. That's equal to the annual waste stream of over 150 people.
  • The Redskins recycled nearly three tons of plastic each game – which saves 22 cubic yards of landfill space.
  • The recycled material from FedExField creates many of the products we use every day, like jars, coffee mugs, jewelry, carpeting, bottles, paper towels and egg cartons.
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