Sullivan, Dan
December 2010
BioCycle;Dec2010, Vol. 51 Issue 12, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the green programs practiced by the baseball team Seattle Mariners in the U.S. It highlights the efforts of the team to go green including the conservation of energy and recycling of wastes generated from their games. According to the author, the Seattle Mariners have elevated organics recycling to a new level after progressively replacing nonrecyclables with serviceware that can be composted around their stadium.


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