Sustainable Sporting Events
University Sports Sustainability Summit: Region 4 along with the sponsors of the Chick-fil-a Bowl™, the Georgia World Congress Center, and Coca-Cola Recycling are planning the first sports summit focused on sustainability for colleges and universities. The first meeting targets schools in the Southeastern Conference and the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Pollution Prevention and Innovation Team
U.S. EPA Region 4
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Chick-fil-a Bowl Sustainability
Green Power Partnership: Voluntary program that supports the organizational procurement of green power by offering expert advice, technical support, tools, and resources.
Green Sports Alliance: an alliance for professional sports teams to identify and adopt environmental initiatives to measure and reduce their impact on the environment.
Rock and Wrap it Up—Sports Wrap!: Nonprofit partners with team franchises in the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, and AFL to recover and donate food that is prepared but not sold from home games concessions.
WasteWise Stadium Recycling
WasteWise Webcast on Stadium recycling
Region 4 Stadiums: Green InitiativesAmerican Airlines Arena (Miami, FL)
Amway Center (Orlando, FL)
Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA)
Phillips Arena (Atlanta, GA)
TimeWarner Cable Arena (Charlotte, NC)